Obituaries

THE well known old East-coast naturalist and bird-stuffer, Harry N. Pashley, passed away in Cley village on the evening of January 30th, 1925. He was a remarkable man in many ways, and…

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Few men, I believe, could have written the comprehensive survey which he contributed to the Transactions of the Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists’ Society upon the drought of 1921, and its effects upon…

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ALL ornithologists will have received with unfeigned regret the news of the tragic death in the heart of Africa of Lieutenant Boyd Alexander. He was on a journey which, had it been…

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OGILVIE GRANT, who died on July 26th, 1924, was well known as an active ornithologist and head of the Bird Room at the British Museum up to 1916, when he was suddenly…

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” THE old order changeth, yielding place to new,” and slowly but surely those who may be. styled as belonging to the old school of ornithologists are dying out. Having been privileged…

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BY the death of J. L. Bonhote on October ioth, 1922, the world of ornithology loses an eminent devotee. He was the only son of the late Col. John Bonhote and was…

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HEATLEY NOBLE, who died at his residence “Temple Combe,” Henley-on-Thames, on March 26th, 1922, was born on June 4th, 1862, the third son of the late John Noble of Park Place, Remenham,…

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( 28 ) OBITUARY. WILLIAM DAVIES. WITH great regret we record the death at Torquay, on March 25th, 1922, of Mr. William Davies of Walsall, at the advanced age of 72. Up…

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IT is a long time since the day when, as a rather timid undergraduate, I found my way up the old stairs to Warde-Fowler ‘s rooms in Lincoln College. I came to…

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B Y the death of Colonel Henry Wemyss Feilden, which took place at the end of June 1921 at his home at Burwash, Sussex, in his eighty-third year, there has passed away…

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