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Authorised form of nameParker; Thomas Jeffery (1850 - 1897)
SurnameParker
ForenamesThomas Jeffery
Dates1850 - 1897
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
124 Tachbrook Street, Pimlico, London, England (17 October 1850)
Death:
Warrington, New Zealand (07 November 1897)
Burial:
Warrington, New Zealand
ActivityResearch Field:
Biology, zoology
Education:
Royal College of Chemistry; Royal School of Mines. DSc (1892, London)
Career:
Science master in Yorkshire; returned to London (1872); taught biology, Royal College of Science, South Kensington (1872-1880); Professor of Biology, University of Otago, New Zealand (1880-1897)
Memberships:
FLS
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
7/06/1888
RelationshipsSon of William Kitchen Parker (FRS 1888)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNZB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1898-1899 vol 64 pp i-vii signed by G B H
References:
Robin J H Clark and Michael J Kelly, 'New Zealand, New Zealanders and the Royal Society' in NR 1994 vol 48 pp 263-281
Notes:
List of Memoirs no longer attached to certificate. Citation from 'He has published ...' in a different hand
Royal Society codeNA8003
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1888/18Parker, Thomas Jeffery: certificate of election to the Royal Society
NLB/5/1047Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Michael Foster, Secretary, Royal Society18 December 1891
NLB/2/640Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor [William Kitchen] Parker, [Fellow of the Royal Society]1 October 1888
NLB/2/416Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to General Sir William Jervois, Fellow of the Royal Society12 June 1888
NLB/2/275Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor William Kitchen Parker, Fellow of the Royal Society23 March 1888
NLB/5/61Copy letter from an unknown correspondent, to Messrs West, Newman & Company4 March 1891
NLB/7/827Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor William Newton Parker, 74 Landaff Road, Cardiff5 May 1893
NLB/5/653Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Professor Thomas Jeffery Parker, Fellow of the Royal Society10 August 1891
NLB/7/320Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Thomas Jeffery Parker, Fellow of the Royal Society, care of Reverend F G M Powell, the Parsonage Dalkeith, N.B.20 January 1893
NLB/11/613Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Professor Thomas Jeffery Parker, Fellow of the Royal Society10 August 1895
NLB/14/358Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Messrs Harrison & Sons23 February 1897
NLB/15/848Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Messrs Harrison & Sons21 December 1897
RR/10/367Referee's report by Adam Sedgwick, on a paper 'Observation on the anatomy and development of Apteryx' by Thomas Jeffery Parker21 May 1890
RR/10/366Referee's report by Arthur Milnes Marshall, on a paper 'Observation on the anatomy and development of Apteryx' by Thomas Jeffery Parker20 April 1890
RR/11/195Referee's report by Adam Sedgwick, on a paper 'Additional observations on the development of apteryx' by Thomas Jeffery Parker5 February 1892
RR/11/194Referee's report by Arthur Milnes Marshall, on a paper 'Additional observations on the development of apteryx' by Thomas Jeffery Parker8 January 1892
RR/9/385Referee's report by Albert Charles Lewis Gotthilf Gunther, on a paper 'On the blood-vessels of mustelus antarcticus: a contribution to the morphology of the vascular system in the vertebrata' by Thomas Jeffery Parker20 July 1886
NLB/2/665Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor [William Kitchen] Parker, [Fellow of the Royal Society]6 October 1888
RR/9/386Referee's report by Adam Sedgwick, on a paper 'On the blood-vessels of mustelus antarcticus: a contribution to the morphology of the vascular system in the vertebrata' by Thomas Jeffery Parker16 August 1886
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