Authorised form of nameGray; Henry (c 1827 - ? 1861)
Datesc 1827 - ? 1861
Place of death8 Wilton Street, Belgrave Square, London
Date of death12 June 1861
Dates and placesBurial:
Highgate Cemetery, London
Research fieldAnatomy
Teacher of Anatomy.
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election03/06/1852
Bulloch's Roll; DNB (MP); DSB
Proc Roy Soc 1862-1863 vol 12 pp xi
Index to BR and DNB gives year of death as 1861. Proceedings (XII, 1862-1863) also gives 1861, but says that he died aged 36, which would put his birth date at around 1825. Place of death taken from DNB (MP). DSB gives death date between 08 and 13 June 1861.
Virtual International Authority File
Royal Society codeNA5668
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/001752Gray, Henry1993
RR/2/29Referee's report by Henry Gray, on a paper 'On the dentate body of the cerebellum' by William BrintonSeptember 1852
NLB/36/404Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr Frank K Boland, 821 Century Building, Atlanta, Ga, USA25 October 1907
NLB/52/518Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Messrs J. M. Dent & Sons5 January 1916
RR/2/80Referee's report by William Sharpey, on a paper 'On the development of the ductless glands in the chick' by Henry Gray15 June 1852
PT/44/5Paper, 'On the development of the ductless glands in the chick' by Henry Gray[1851]
RR/2/79Referee's report by William Benjamin Carpenter, on a paper 'On the development of the ductless glands in the chick' by Henry Gray17 March 1852
EC/1852/04Gray, Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
PT/37/7Paper, 'On the developement [sic] of the retina and optic nerve and of the membranous labyrinth and auditory nerve' by Henry Gray14 October 1849
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