Obituaries

CAPTAIN LEONARD GEAY, of the Essex Regiment, who resided at Laurel Bank, Chelmsford, and died at Alexandria on July 31st last whilst on active service, was one of several sons of the…

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exactly fifty-one years ago, the recollection of my first sight of Selous remains as fresh and as striking as though of yesterday. I t was at Rugby, in January 1866–a big boy,…

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WITHIN sound of the sea, on a November afternoon we laid to rest, a t Redcar, all t h a t was mortal of Thomas Hudson Nelson. No m a n loved…

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It was reported that Lord Lucas was missing after making a flight over the German lines on November 4th, 1910, and subsequently his death was announced. Lord Lucas, the son of the…

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BY the death at Cannes on November 2nd, 1915, of Henry Eeles Dresser, at the age of seventy-seven years, the ornithological world has lost one of its best known and most distinguished…

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THE study of Ornithology and especially of the birds of Staffordshire has recently sustained a great loss by the death of Lieut. Francis Algernon Monckton, 1st Battalion Scots Guards, who was killed…

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No adequate idea can be given of the loss which the death of Richard M. Barrington has inflicted on Irish Natural History. His death through sudden heart failure when motoring home from…

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T H E L A T E CECIL M. DYER. who was killed in action in Flanders on April 8th, was born at Oxford on January 17th, 1894, and educated at Clifton…

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T H E present war finds m a n y of the younger students of British ornithology serving in some branch of His Majesty’s Forces, and it is only fitting t h…

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deep regret we have to record the death of our esteemed friend Henry John Pearson, which took place at Assiut, Egypt, on February 8th. His remains were buried in the English Cemetery…

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