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Authorised form of nameBrady; Henry Bowman (1835 - 1891); naturalist and Pharmacist
SurnameBrady
ForenamesHenry Bowman
Dates1835 - 1891
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Gateshead, England (23 February 1835)
Death:
Bournemouth (03 or 10 January 1891)
Burial Place:
The Jesmond old cemetery, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland
ActivityProfession:
Chemist
Research Field:
Natural history
Education:
Friend's School, Ackworth
Career:
Apprentice to a pharmaceutical chemist in Leeds (1850); set up own business as a pharmacist in Newcastle (1855); retired (1876); left his books and papers relating to Protozoa to the Royal Society, with £300 to buy works on related subjects
Memberships:
FLS (1859); FGS (1864); FZS (1888)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
4/06/1874
RelationshipsSon of Henry Brady, Surgeon of Gateshead, and his wife Hannah Bowman of Derbyshire; younger brother of George Stewardson Brady (FRS 1882)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1891-1892 vol 50 pp x-xii signed by W C R-A
References:
C S S, 'The Society's Library' in NR 1938 vol 1 pp 21-27
Notes:
Boase gives death date as 10 January 1891. W C Williamson has signed the election certificate twice
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/57365478
Royal Society codeNA6573
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1874/04Brady, Henry Bowman: certificate of election to the Royal Society
MS/787Papers on natural history of Henry Bowman Bradyc1835-1891
NLB/10/705Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to James Chumley, Challenger Office, Edinburgh23 January 1895
NLB/5/29Copy letter from Michael Foster, to Professor George Stewardson Brady, Fellow of the Royal Society, 2 Mowbray Villas, Sunderland21 February 1891
RR/6/91Referee's report by Peter Martin Duncan, on a paper 'Description of Parkeria and Loftusia, two gigantic types of arenaceous foraminifera' by William Benjamin Carpenter and Henry Bowman Brady20 July 1869
RR/10/242Referee's report by Henry Bowman Brady, on a paper 'On some variations of Cardium edule apparently correlated to the conditions of life' by William Bateson3 June 1889
RR/6/47Letter from Henry Benjamin Wheatley, to George Gabriel Stokes, regarding a paper 'Description of Parkeria and Loftusia, two gigantic types of arenaceous foraminifera' by William Benjamin Carpenter and Henry Bowman Brady7 August 1869
RR/6/45Referee's report by William Kitchen Parker, on a paper 'Description of Parkeria and Loftusia, two gigantic types of arenaceous foraminifera' by William Benjamin Carpenter and Henry Bowman Brady13 July 1869
RR/6/209Letter from Henry Benjamin Wheatley, to George Gabriel Stokes, regarding three papers 'On Holtenia, a genus of vitreous sponges' by Charles Thomas Wyville Thomson, 'The physiological action of atropine, digitaline, and aconitine on the heart and blood-vessels of the frog' by Frederic B Nunneley and 'Description of Parkeria and Loftusia, two gigantic types of arenaceous foraminifera' by William Benjamin Carpenter and Henry Bowman Brady1 September 1869
RR/6/46Committee report, on a paper 'Description of Parkeria and Loftusia, two gigantic types of arenaceous foraminifera' by William Benjamin Carpenter and Henry Bowman Bradynd [1869]
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