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Authorised form of nameMoseley; Henry Nottidge (1844 - 1891)
SurnameMoseley
ForenamesHenry Nottidge
Dates1844 - 1891
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Wandsworth, Surrey, England (14 November 1844)
Death:
10 November 1891
ActivityEducation:
Harrow School; Exeter College, Oxford; University College, London (Medicine). MA
Career:
Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford; Naturalist on HMS Challenger (1872-1876); Linnacre Professor of Human and Comparative Anatomy, Oxford (1881); died of bronchitis
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
7/06/1877
Medals/Prizes:
Royal Medal 1887
Lectures:
Croonian 1878
RelationshipsSon of Henry Moseley (FRS 1839) and his wife Harriet, daughter of William Nottidge of Wandsworth Common; married (1881) Annabel Nevill, daughter of John Gwyn Jeffreys (FRS 1840). Son was Henry G J Moseley, killed in action 10 August 1915, famous for his periodical table of the elements.
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/66769287
Royal Society codeNA6469
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1877/14Moseley, Henry Nottidge: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/003193Moseley, Henry Nottidgend
NLB/2/25Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Henry Nottidge Moseley, Fellow of the Royal Society, 11 Wellington Terrace, Weymouth9 December 1887
NLB/1/531Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Henry Nottidge Moseley21 July 1887
NLB/1/736Copy letter from Michael Foster, to Professor Henry Nottidge Moseley, Fellow of the Royal Society19 November 1887
NLB/5/901Copy letter from an unknown correspondent, to Messrs Harrison & Sons12 November 1891
NLB/7/329Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to George Herbert Fowler, Zoological Laboratory, University College, London23 January 1893
NLB/5/906Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Sir William Thomson, President of the Royal Society12 November 1891
RR/9/293Referee's report by Henry Nottidge Moseley, on a paper 'Observations on the chromatology of actiniae' by C A MacMunn 15 March 1885
RR/7/331Referee's report by George Rolleston, on a paper 'On the structure and development of Peripatus capensis' by Henry Nottidge Moseley10 June 1874
RR/7/256Referee's report by George James Allman, on a paper 'On the anatomy and histology of the land-planarians of Ceylon, with some account of their habits, and a description of two new species, and with notes on the anatomy of some European aquatic species' by Henry Nottidge Moseley and M A Oxon1873
RR/7/454Referee's report by Thomas Henry Huxley, on a paper 'On the structure of a species of millepora occurring at Tahiti, Society Islands' by Henry Nottidge Moseley13 April 1876
RR/7/456Referee's report by Albert Charles Gotthilf Lewis Gunther, on a paper 'On the structure of a species of millepora occurring at Tahiti, Society Islands' by Henry Nottidge Moseley14 July 1876
RR/7/458Referee's report by George James Allman, on a paper 'On the structure and relations of the alcyonarian heliopora caerulea, with some account of anatomy of a species of sarcophyton, notes on the structure of species of the genera millepora, pocillopora, and stylaster, and remarks on the affinities of certain paloeozoic corals' by Henry Nottidge Moseley1876
RR/7/457Referee's report by George Rolleston, on a paper 'On the structure of a species of millepora occurring at Tahiti, Society Islands' by Henry Nottidge Moseley17 August 1876
RR/9/114Letter from Henry Nottidge Moseley, on a paper 'Contributions to the anatomy of the hirudinea' by Alfred Gibbs Bourne to the Secretary of the Royal Society25 August 1883
RR/9/290Referee's report by Henry Nottidge Moseley on a paper 'The development of the arteries of the abdomen and their relation to the peritoneum' by C B Lockwood23 February 1885
RR/10/20Referee's report by Henry Nottidge Moseley, on a paper 'The embryology of monotremata and marsupialia.—Part I' by William Hay Caldwell7 March 1887
RR/10/73Referee's report by Henry Nottidge Moseley, on a paper 'An enquiry into the cause and extent of a special colour-relation between certain exposed lepidopterous pupae and the surfaces immediately surround them' by Edward Bagnall Poulton19 March 1887
RR/9/298Letter from Henry Nottidge Moseley, on a paper 'On the structure and development of the skull in the mammalia.— Part II. Edentata' by William Kitchen Parker to the Secretary of the Royal Society23 February 1885
RR/9/397Referee's report by Henry Nottidge Moseley, on a paper 'Contributions to the anatomy of the central nervous system in vertebrate animals' by Alfred Sanders22 March 1886
RR/7/255Referee's report by George Rolleston, on a paper 'On the anatomy and histology of the land-planarians of Ceylon, with some account of their habits, and a description of two new species, and with notes on the anatomy of some European aquatic species' by Henry Nottidge Moseley and M A Oxon26 August 1873
NLB/1/354Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor [Henry Nottidge] Moseley, Fellow of the Royal Society17 January 1887
RR/7/455Referee's report by Peter Martin Duncan, on a paper 'On the structure of a species of millepora occurring at Tahiti, Society Islands' by Henry Nottidge Moseley8 May 1876
RR/9/297Referee's report by Henry Nottidge Moseley, on a paper 'On the structure and development of the skull in the mammalia.— Part II. Edentata' by William Kitchen Parker6 December 1884
RR/9/115Referee's report by Henry Nottidge Moseley, on a paper 'Contributions to the anatomy of the hirudinea' by Alfred Gibbs Bourne 25 August 1883
EC/1877/15Moseley, Henry Nottidge: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/8/316Referee's report by Henry Nottidge Moseley, on a paper 'On the genus Culeolus' by William Abbott Herdman29 December 1881
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