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Authorised form of nameBerkeley; Miles Joseph (1803 - 1889)
SurnameBerkeley
ForenamesMiles Joseph
Dates1803 - 1889
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Biggin, near Oundle, Northamptonshire, England (01 April 1803)
Death:
His vicarage, Sibbertoft, near Market Harborough (30 July 1889)
ActivityProfession:
Clergyman, Church of England
Research Field:
Mycology
Education:
Rugby School; Christ's College, Cambridge. BA (1825), MA (1828)
Career:
Ordained (1826); Curate, St John's, Margate, Kent (1829); Perpetual Curate, Apethorpe and Wood Newton, Northamptonshire (1833); was on the Government Commission on the potato disease (1845); Vicar of Sibbertoft (1868)
Memberships:
FLS (1836)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
12/06/1879
Medals/Prizes:
Royal Medal 1863
RelationshipsSon of Charles Berkeley
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB; DSB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1889-1890 vol 47 pp ix-xii signed by J D H
Royal Society codeNA6479
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MM/9/21Letter from J D Hooker, Royal Society, to Rev Miles Berkeley5 November 1863
MS/682/5Letter from Miles Joseph Berkeley, King's Cliff, Wansford, to James De Carle Sowerby, Pratt Street, Camden Town, London2 September 1840
MS/682/4Letter from Miles Joseph Berkeley, King's Cliff, Wansford, to James De Carle Sowerby, 5 Camden Terrace West, Camden Town, London23 March 1837
NLB/3/655Copy letter from an unknown correspondent, to Harrison & Sons1 August 1889
RR/9/193Referee's report by Miles Joseph Berkeley, on a paper 'On the morphology and the development of the meliola, a genus of tropical epiphyllous fungi' by Harry Marshall Ward13 February 1883
RR/9/98Referee's report by Miles Joseph Berkeley, on a paper 'On the morphology and the development of the meliola, a genus of tropical epiphyllous fungi' by Harry Marshall Ward13 December 1882
EC/1879/03Berkeley, Miles Joseph: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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