Obituaries

I FIRST met Dr. Edward A. Wilson on board the ” Discovery ” on his return from the Antarctic Regions in 1904, and the second time at the International Ornithological Congress in…

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B Y the death of Professor Robert Collett at Christiania on January 27th, 1913, Norway loses its best-known naturalist, and one whose reputation is practically cosmopolitan. The following tribute to his memory…

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THE LATE A. W. JOHNSON. W E regret to announce the unexpected death of Mr. A. W. Johnson, who died after a very brief illness at Bucklebury, Berkshire, on December 18th, 1912….

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AT Golder’s Green, on November 19th, 1912, there passed away, at the great age of ninety-six, that well-known naturalist, breeder, exhibitor, judge, author and journalist, William Bernhard Tegetmeier, Born at the small…

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IT is with much regret that we chronicle the death of Allan Octavian Hume, the celebrated Indian ornithologist, who died recently at the age of eighty-three. Of late years Mr. Hume had…

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ONE of the most interesting personages connected with the ornithological world of the latter part of the nineteenth century, has passed away. To most of the younger school Keulemans, who died on…

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IT is with great regret that we have to record the death of Mr. W, I. Beaumont of Plymouth, a keen field-naturalist and an enthusiastic supporter of our marking scheme, who was…

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BY the death of Robert Service, Scotland loses one of her most zealous and able field-naturalists. It will ever be a matter of regret that he was not given health and length…

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) THIS great ornithologist passed away on Christmas Day, 1909, at his home at Chiswick, after a brief illness. The news of his death must have come as a shoek to his…

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ONE after another, zoologists, like all other mortals, drop out of the ranks, and enter into their rest. At this moment all who knew Thomas Southwell, of Norwich, are feeling the loss…

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