Authorised form of nameDallinger; William Henry (1842 - 1909)
ForenamesWilliam Henry
Dates1842 - 1909
Dates and placesBirth:
Devonport, Devon, England (05 July 1842)
His residence at Ingleside, Lee, Kent (07 November 1909)
Wesleyan Minister
Research Field:
DCL (1896, Durham)
Entered the Wesleyan ministry (1862); served in Faversham, Cardiff and Bristol, then Liverpool (1868-1880); Governor and President, Wesleyan College, Sheffield (1880-1888); studied flagellates and monads; made improvements to the microscope
FRMS (President four times)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Election Date:
RelationshipsSon of Joseph Stephen Dallinger, artist and engraver; married Emma, daughter of David Goldsmith of Bury St Edmunds
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Proc Roy Soc Series B 1909-1910 vol 82 pp iv-vi signed by A E S
Brian J Ford, 'Shining Through the Centuries: John Ray's Life and Legacy. A Report of the Meeting "John Ray and his Successors"' in NR 2000 vol 54 pp 5-22
J W Haas, 'The Reverend Dr William Henry Dallinger, FRS (1839-1909)' in NR 2000 vol 54 pp 53-65
Royal Society codeNA7965
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MS/743/1/129Letter from William Henry Dallinger, Ingleside, Lee, to John Hall Gladstone7 July 1891
MS/743/1/128Letter from William Henry Dallinger, Ingleside, Lee, to [John Hall] Gladstone30 June 1891
MS/743/1/130Letter from William Henry Dallinger, Ingleside, Lee, to John Hall Gladstone23 July 1891
NLB/26/366Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to, Dr William Henry Dallinger, Fellow of the Royal Society9 March 1903
NLB/12/718Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to the Rev Dr William Henry Dallinger, Fellow of the Royal Society17 April 1896
NLB/21/52Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor William Abbott Herdman, Fellow of the Royal Society20 July 1900
NLB/21/29Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr George Johnstone Stoney, Fellow of the Royal Society, Fernbank, Howth, County Dublin18 July 1900
RR/8/349Letter from William Henry Dallinger, to George Gabriel Stokes, regarding a paper 'On Trichophyton tonsurans (the fungus of ringworm)' by George Thin12 November 1881
RR/8/347Referee's report by William Henry Dallinger, on two papers 'On Trichophyton tonsurans (the fungus of ringworm)' and 'On bacterium decalvans: an organism associated with the de­struction of the hair in alopecia areata' by George Thin1 June 1881
IM/Maull/001043Dallinger, William Henrynd
EC/1880/06Dallinger, William Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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