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Authorised form of nameGreen; Joseph Henry (1791 - 1863)
Dates1791 - 1863
NationalityBritish
Place of birthThe house over his father's office in London Wall, London, England
Date of birth01 November 1791
Place of deathThe Mount, Hadley, near Barnet, Hertfordshire
Date of death13 December 1863
Dates and placesBurial:
Highgate Cemetery, London
OccupationSurgeon
ActivityCareer:
Surgeon, St Thomas's Hospital, London (1820-1853); Lecturer in anatomy, St Thomas's Hospital, London (by 1824); Professor of anatomy and surgery, Royal College of Surgeons, London (by 1824)
Memberships:
RCS
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election24/02/1825
Age at election33
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1865 vol 14 pp i-v
References:
V Gold, 'Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Appointment of J F Daniell, FRS, as Professor of Chemistry at King's College London' in NR 1973-4 vol 28 pp 25-29
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/792880
Royal Society codeNA7977
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/001764Green, Joseph Henrynd
IM/001763Green, Joseph Henrynd
RR/1/183Referee's report by Joseph Henry Green, on a paper 'On the secretion and uses of the bile' by Benjamin Phillips14 February [1833]
EC/1824/21Green, Joseph Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
AP/33/23Unpublished paper, 'Description of a muscle of the striped variety situated at the posterior part of the choroid coat of the eye in mammals, with an explanation of its mode of action in adapting the eye to distinct vision at different distances' by George Rainey1850
CMP/1/2Minutes of a meeting of Council of the Royal Society13 December 1832
MC/1/226Letter from Joseph Henry Green, 46 Lincolns Inn Fields, to Dr. Peter Mark Roget, Secretary of the Royal Society 26 May 1830
RR/1/246Referee's report by Joseph Henry Green, on a paper 'On the brain of the 'negro' [sic], compared with that of the European and the ourang-outang' by Frederick Tiedemann14 July 1830
PT/28/5Paper, 'On the comparative anatomy of the thyroid gland' by John Simon[1844]
PT/38/12Paper, 'On the structure and use of the ligamentum rotundum uteri, with some observations upon the change which takes place in the structure of the uterus during utero-gestation' by G [George] Rainey[1850]
MC/1Volume 1 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1800-1831
AP/15/18Unpublished paper, 'An investigation of the powers of the simple supporters of combustion to destroy the virulence of morbid poisons and of the poisonous gases - with a view to ascertain the possibility of controuling [controlling] the extension of contagious or epidemic diseases' by Edward Browne30 March 1832
AP/33/23/1Unpublished manuscript, 'Description of a muscle of the striped variety situated at the posterior part of the choroid coat of the eye in mammals, with an explanation of its mode of action in adapting the eye to distinct vision at different distances' by George Rainey1850
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