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Authorised form of nameMasters; Maxwell Tylden (1833 - 1907)
SurnameMasters
ForenamesMaxwell Tylden
Dates1833 - 1907
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Canterbury, Kent, England (15 April 1833)
Death:
The Mount, Ealing, Middlesex (30 May 1907)
ActivityResearch Field:
Botany, horticulture
Education:
King's College, London. MD (1862, St Andrew's in absentia)
Career:
Assistant Curator at Oxford; Lecturer on Botany, St George's Hospital Medical School, London; practised in Peckham; Editor, Horticultural Department of the 'Gardener's Chronicle' (1865); cremated at Woking, Surrey
Memberships:
LSA (1854); MRCS (1856); FLS
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
2/06/1870
RelationshipsSon of William Masters, nurseryman
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
References:
Sir Gavin de Beer, ed., 'The Darwin Letters at Shrewsbury School' in NR 1968 vol 23 pp 68-85
Royal Society codeNA7792
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1870/06Masters, Maxwell Tylden: certificate of election to the Royal Society
NLB/14/572Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Charles Sissmore Tomes, Fellow of the Royal Society30 March 1897
NLB/14/584Copy letter from Michael Foster, to Dr Maxwell Tyldel Masters, [Fellow of the Royal Society]2 April 1897
RR/16/383Referee's report by Maxwell Tylden Masters, on a paper 'The araucarieae, recent and extinct' by Albert Charles Seward and Miss Sibille O FordJanuary 1906
NLB/32/208Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr Maxwell Tylden Masters, Fellow of the Royal Society29 January 1906
NLB/35/479Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Messrs Harrison & Sons4 June 1907
NLB/35/598Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Bayley Balfour, Fellow of the Royal Society18 June 1907
RR/7/284Referee's report by Maxwell Tylden Masters, on a paper 'On leaf-arrangement' by Hubert Airy23 June 1874
RR/7/432Referee's report by Maxwell Tylden Masters, on a paper 'On the leaf-arrangement of the crowberry (empetrum nigrum)' by Hubert Airy24 July 1876
RR/9/60Letter from Joseph Henry Gilbert, on his paper 'Agricultural, botanical, and chemical results of experiments on the mixed herbage of permanent meadow, conducted for more than twenty years in succession on the same land. — Part. II. The botanical results' by himself, John Bennet Lawes and Maxwell Tylden Masters to Joseph Dalton Hooker and William Turner Thiselton-Dyer3 May 1882
RR/8/230Referee's report by William Turner Thiselton-Dyer, on a paper 'Agricultural, botanical, and chemical results of experiments on the mixed herbage of permanent meadow, conducted for more than twenty years in succession on the same land. — Part. II. The botanical results' by John Bennet Lawes, Joseph Henry Gilbert and Maxwell Tylden Masters28 October 1880
RR/9/59Referee's report by Joseph Dalton Hooker and William Turner Thiselton-Dyer, on a paper 'Agricultural, botanical, and chemical results of experiments on the mixed herbage of permanent meadow, conducted for more than twenty years in succession on the same land. — Part. II. The botanical results' by John Bennet Lawes, J H Gilbert and Maxwell Tylden Masters16 March 1882
NLB/17/629Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr Maxwell Tylden Masters, Fellow of the Royal Society28 November 1898
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