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Authorised form of namePettigrew; James Bell (1834 - 1908)
Dates1834 - 1908
NationalityBritish
Place of birthRoxhill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Date of birth26 May 1834
Place of deathHis residence, the Swallowgate, St Andrews, Fife
Date of death30/01/1908
OccupationSurgeon
Research fieldPhysiology
ActivityEducation:
Edinburgh. MD (1861)
Career:
Assistant, Hunterian Museum, Royal College of Surgeons of England (1862-1867); Curator, Museum of Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh (1869); Pathologist, Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh; Chandos Professor of Medicine and Anatomy, University of St Andrews (1875)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election04/06/1868
Royal Society activityLectures:
Croonian 1860
RelationshipsSon of Robert Pettigrew; related to Thomas Joseph Pettigrew (FRS 1827)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Notes:
Henry Holland has signed the election certificate twice
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/14145857768123020341
Royal Society codeNA6343
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/Maull/003542Pettigrew, James Bell1894
NLB/18/436Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor J Bell Pettigrew, Fellow of the Royal Society, The University, St Andrews, N.B.9 March 1899
NLB/21/415Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor James Bell Pettigrew, Fellow of the Royal Society15 November 1900
NLB/21/442Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor James Bell Pettigrew, Fellow of the Royal Society19 November 1900
NLB/21/553Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor James Bell Pettigew, Fellow of the Royal Society8 December 1900
NLB/37/148Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Harrison & Sons31 January 1908
NLB/37/283Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Sir James Crichton Browne FRS25 February 1908
NLB/37/414Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Sir James Crichton Browne, Fellow of the Royal Society16 March 1908
NLB/37/521Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Professor [William Carmichael] McIntosh, Fellow of the Royal Society2 April 1908
RR/5/183Second referee's report by Allen Thomson, on a paper 'On the arrangement of the muscular fibres in the ventricles of the vertebrate heart, with physiological remarks' by James Bell Pettigrew10 May 1864
RR/6/223Letter from John Marshall, to George Gabriel Stokes, regarding a paper 'On the muscular arrangements of the bladder and prostate, and the manner in which the ureters and urethra are closed' by James Bell Pettigrew7 September 1866
RR/6/228Letter from James Bell Pettigrew, to George Gabriel Stokes, regarding a paper 'On the distribution of the fibres in the muscular tunics of the stomach in man and other mammalia' by James Bell Pettigrew19 June 1868
RR/6/227Referee's report by William Scovell Savory, on a paper 'On the distribution of the fibres in the muscular tunics of the stomach in man and other mammalia' by James Bell Pettigrew30 August 1867
RR/7/195Letter from Allen Thomson, on a paper 'On the distribution of the fibres in the muscular tunics of the stomach in man and other mammalia' by James Bell Pettigrew19 June 1872
RR/6/220Referee's report by Richard Quain, on a paper 'On the muscular arrangements of the bladder and prostate, and the manner in which the ureters and urethra are closed' by James Bell Pettigrew31 July 1866
RR/6/222Letter from George Gabriel Stokes, to Edward Sabine, regarding a paper 'On the muscular arrangements of the bladder and prostate, and the manner in which the ureters and urethra are closed' by James Bell Pettigrew22 August 1866
RR/7/196Referee's report by Allen Thomson, on a paper 'On the distribution of the fibres in the muscular tunics of the stomach in man and other mammalia' by James Bell Pettigrew[19 June] 1872
EC/1868/17Pettigrew, James Bell: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/003545Pettigrew, James Bellnd
MC/9/434Letter from J [James] Bell Pettigrew, 57 Queen Street, Edinburgh, to Professor [George Gabriel] Stokes, Secretary of the Royal Society13 November 1872
NLB/37/301Copy letter from Archibald Geikie to Professor [William Carmicheal] McIntosh27 February 1908
RR/7/197Referee's report by William Scovell Savory, on a paper 'On the distribution of the fibres in the muscular tunics of the stomach in man and other mammalia' by James Bell Pettigrew25 June 1872
RR/6/221Letter from William Sharpey, to George Gabriel Stokes, regarding a paper 'On the muscular arrangements of the bladder and prostate, and the manner in which the ureters and urethra are closed' by James Bell Pettigrew21 August 1866
RR/5/181Referee's report by Allen Thomson, on a paper 'On the arrangement of the muscular fibres in the ventricles of the vertebrate heart, with physiological remarks' by James Bell Pettigrew1860
RR/5/180Referee's report by James Paget, on a paper 'On the arrangement of the muscular fibres in the ventricles of the vertebrate heart, with physiological remarks' by James Bell Pettigrew26 June 1860
RR/6/225Referee's report by Allen Thomson, on a paper 'On the distribution of the fibres in the muscular tunics of the stomach in man and other mammalia' by James Bell Pettigrew7 August 1867
RR/6/226Referee's report by John Marshall, on a paper 'On the muscular arrangements of the bladder and prostate, and the manner in which the ureters and urethra are closed' by James Bell Pettigrew20 August 1866
RR/6/224Letter from James Bell Pettigrew, to George Gabriel Stokes, regarding a paper 'On the muscular arrangements of the bladder and prostate, and the manner in which the ureters and urethra are closed' by James Bell Pettigrew19 September 1866
PT/70/11Paper, 'On the arrangement of the muscular fibres of the ventricular portion of the vertebrate heart, with physiological remarks' by James [Bell] Pettigrew[1863]
RR/5/182Referee's report by William Scovell Savory, on a paper 'On the arrangement of the muscular fibres in the ventricles of the vertebrate heart, with physiological remarks' by James Bell Pettigrew27 June 1863
PT/70/11/1Manuscript, 'On the arrangement of the muscular fibres of the ventricular portion of the vertebrate heart, with physiological remarks' by James [Bell] Pettigrew[1863]
PT/70/11/2Plate, left ventricles of hearts of sheep, deer, heifers, and humans by [Edwin M Williams][1863]
PT/70/11/3Plate, ventricles of sheep heart by [Edwin M Williams][1863]
PT/70/11/4Plate, ventricles of hearts of sheep, swans, turkeys, emus, dugongs, heifers, and humans by [Edwin M Williams][1863]
PT/70/11/6Plate, dissected sheep's heart and diagrams of muscular fibres by [Edwin M Williams][1863]
PT/70/11/5Plate, ventricles of hearts of sheep, heifers, elk, and deer by [Edwin M Williams][1863]
MC/8/216Letter from J B [James Bell] Pettigrew, Somerston house, Wexford, Ireland, to Professor [William] Sharpey, [Secretary of the Royal Society]10 June 1868
MC/8Volume 8 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1867-1869
AP/54/9On the distribution of the Fibres in the Muscular Tunices of the Stomach1867
MC/9/324Letter from J [James] Bell Pettigrew, 57 Queen Street, Edinburgh, to Dr [William] Sharpey, Secretary of the Royal Society5 February 1872
MC/9/455Letter from J [James] Bell Pettigrew, 57 Queen Street, Edinburgh, to [Walter] White, [Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]17 December 1872
MC/10/1Letter from J [James] Bell Pettigrew, 57 Queen Street, Edinburgh, to [Walter] White, [Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]8 July 1873
MC/9Volume 9 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1870-June 1873
MC/10Volume 10 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal SocietyJuly 1873-1876
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