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Jones, Charles Handfield (1819–1890), physician and histologist  

Norman Moore

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Jones, Charles Handfield (1819–1890), physician and histologist, son of Captain John Jones RN, was born at Liverpool on 1 October 1819. He was one of Thomas Arnold's pupils at Rugby School, from where he went to St Catharine's College, Cambridge, in 1836; he graduated BA in 1840. After studying at ...


Klein, Edward Emanuel (1844–1925), histologist and bacteriologist  

Michael Worboys

Klein, Edward Emanuel (1844–1925), histologist and bacteriologist, was born on 31 October 1844 in Osijek (Essek), Slavonia, the son of Michael Klein, a tanner of Austrian-Jewish extraction. He obtained his medical degree from the University of Vienna and then worked in the laboratories of the physiologist ...


Quekett, John Thomas (1815–1861), histologist  

Brian Bracegirdle

Quekett, John Thomas (1815–1861), histologist, was born at Langport, Somerset, on 11 August 1815, the youngest son of William Quekett, master of Langport grammar school, and his wife, Mary, daughter of John Bartlett. His elder brothers were William Quekett (1802–1888) and Edwin John Quekett 1808–1847...


Willmer, (Edward) Nevill (1902–2001), histologist and biologist  

Richard Skaer

Willmer, (Edward) Nevill (1902–2001), histologist and biologist, was born on 15 August 1902 at 66 Park Road West, Claughton, Birkenhead, the youngest of five sons of Arthur Washington Willmer, a Liverpool cotton-broker, and his wife, Janet Mary, née Cooper. The family holiday home in ...