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Authorised form of nameToynbee; Joseph (1815 - 1866)
SurnameToynbee
ForenamesJoseph
Dates1815 - 1866
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Heckington, Lincolnshire, England (30 December 1815)
Death:
07 July 1866
Burial:
St Mary's churchyard, Wimbledon, Surrey
ActivityProfession:
Surgeon
Career:
Died from the accidental inhalation of chloroform during an experiment.
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
10/03/1842
RelationshipsFather-in-law of Percy Faraday Frankland (FRS 1891)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1867-1868 vol 16 pp xlvii-xlix
Royal Society codeNA7525
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1842/13Toynbee, Joseph: certificate of election to the Royal Society
AP/33/27On the functions of the Membrana Tympani 1852
AP/35/5On the muscles which open the Eustachian Tubes 1853
IM/Maull/004637Toynbee, Josephnd
RR/2/243Referee's report by Robert Bentley Todd, on a paper 'On the functions of the membrana tympani, the ossicles and muscles of the tympanum, and of the eustachian tube in the human ear, with an account of the muscles of the eustachian tube and their action in different classes of animals' by Joseph Toynbee20 November 1850
RR/2/246Referee's report by Richard Quain, on a paper 'On the functions of the membrana tympani, the ossicles and muscles of the tympanum, and of the eustachian tube in the human ear, with an account of the muscles of the eustachian tube and their action in different classes of animals' by Joseph Toynbee[1854]
RR/2/245Referee's report by William Sharpey, on a paper 'On the muscles which open the eustachian tube' by Joseph Toynbee10 May 1853
RR/2/244Referee's report by William Sharpey, on a paper 'On the functions of the membrana tympani, the ossicles and muscles of the tympanum, and of the eustachian tube in the human ear, with an account of the muscles of the eustachian tube and their action in different classes of animals' by Joseph Toynbee20 February 1851
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