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Blake, John Frederick.
Adm. pens. (age 19) at CAIUS, June 28, 1858.
S. of the late Rev. T.
(sic) [? Robert Philip (1819)]. B. Apr. 3, 1839, at Stoke, near Guildford, Surrey.
School, Christ's Hospital.
Matric. Michs. 1858; Scholar, 1859-65; B.A. (15th Wrangler) 1862; M.A. 1865.
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1862; priest, 1863; C. of Lenton, Notts., 1862-4. C. of St Mary's, Bryanston Square, London, 1864-5. Assistant Master at St Peter's School, York, 1865-73.
Lecturer on Comparative Anatomy at Charing Cross Hospital, 1878-81.
Professor of Natural Science at University College, Nottingham, 1881-8. F.R.G.S. President of the Geologists' Association, 1891-2. Recipient of the Murchison award.
Went to India to arrange the Baroda Museum, 1895.
Author, Astronomical Myths; Yorkshire Lias; Annals of British Geology (vols.
I-IV, 1890-3). Died July 7, 1906, at Harlesden Gardens, London.
(Venn, II. 341; The Times, July 10, 1906.)
John Frederick BLAKE
Approx. lifespan: 1839–1906
Adm pens. aged 19 Gonville & Caius College 1858:06:28
s. of Blake, T. ( sic ) [? Robert Philip], Rev. (1819) the late
b. Stoke, near Guildford, Surrey , 1839:04:03
Sch: Christ's Hospital
Matric 1858:10MT:
Scholar 1859-65
BA 15 th Wrangler 1862
MA 1865
Ord. deacon Lincoln 1862
Ord. priest 1863
C.: Lenton, Nottinghamshire , 1862-64
C.: St Mary's, Bryanston Square, London , 1864-65
Assistant Master: Sch: St Peter's School York, [Yorkshire], 1865-73
Lecturer on Comparative Anatomy at Charing Cross Hospital [Charing Cross], [London], 1878-81
Professor of Natural Science at: : Sch: University College Nottingham, [Nottinghamshire], 1881-88
President of: : Geologists'
Association 1891-92
Recipient of the Murchison award.
Went to India , to arrange
Baroda Museum 1895
Publ.: Astronomical Myths;
Annals of British
I-IV 1890-93 )
d. Harlesden Gardens, London , 1906:07:07
( Venn, II. 341; The Times 1906:07:10)