1727 – He was born on the 6th day of December this year in Schwabach, Germany . In spite of his short life, he made a great contribution to anatomy. 1753 – He became director of the Botanic garden of the University of Göttingen. 1755 – He became a professor in the medical faculty. 1757 ..
1674 – Born in Basildon, Berkshire, England. An English agronomist, agriculturist, writer, and inventor whose ideas helped form the basis of modern British agriculture. 1691 – He entered St. John’s College, Oxford. 1699 – Tull was called to the bar at Gray’s Inn but never practiced. – He married and began farming on ..
1796 – Born on August 15th in New York City. A botanist and chemist known for his extensive studies of North American flora. 1817 – He and several members of the Lyceum prepared A Catalogue of Plants Growing Spontaneously within Thirty Miles of the City of New York, which came to be known as “Torrey’s ..
1627 – John Ray was born on November 29th in a smithy at Black Notley near Braintree, Essex. John Ray was an ordained lecturer who lost his university post during a religious persecution, but went on to become a founding figure in British botany and zoology. 1649 – He graduated from Trinity College and became ..
1620 – Born in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Scottish botanist whose work, along with that of his contemporary John Ray, served to elucidate and develop the systematic classification of plants. 1650-1660 – Morison was the director of the Royal Gardens at Blois, France. 1669 – He was appointed the first regius professor of botany at the ..
1793 – Mitchell was born on August 19th in Washington, Connecticut. Elisha was a native of Connecticut, student and tutor at Yale College, botanist, geologist and Presbyterian minister. 1813 – Mitchell’s diary, begun at Yale and kept irregularly while he was teaching at various places in the North, containing mainly religious reflections and slight personal ..
1815 – Born at Douglas, in the Isle of Man on the 12th of February. 1828 – He became a day scholar at Athole House Academy in Douglas. 1831 – In June, he left the Isle of Man for London, where he studied drawing. 1832 – His vacation, he spent in diligent work on the ..
1798 – David Douglas, born on the 30th of December in the village of Scone north-west of Perth, Scotland. He is a Scottish botanist. 1823 – 1834 – He made several journeys in North America to study American plants and sent to Scotland more than 200 plants and seeds then unknown in Europe. 1824 – ..
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1795 – Born on the 11th of February at Stratton near Cirencester in Gloucestershire, the son of the Rev.James Daubeny. He studied at Magdalen College, Oxford under Dr John Kidd. 1819 – In the course of a tour through France, he made the volcanic district of Auvergne a special study. 1822 – ..