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|Shipley, Arthur Everett.|
Adm. pens. at CHRIST'S, Apr. 9, 1880. [2nd] s. of Alexander [of The Hall, Datchet, Bucks.] (and Amelia, dau. of William Henry Burge, of Windsor).
B. Mar. 10, 1861, at Walton-on-Thames.
School, University College School, London.
Matric. Michs. 1880; Scholar, 1880; (Nat.
Trip., Pt I, 1st Class, 1882); B.A. (Pt II, 1st Class) 1884; M.A. 1888; Sc.D. 1911.
Fellow, 1887-1910; Master, 1910-27.
F.R.S., 1904; F.Z.S.; F.L.S. Hon.
University Demonstrator in Comparative Anatomy, 1886-94; University Lecturer in Morphology of the invertebrata, 1894-1908; Reader in Zoology, 1908-20.
Investigated on behalf of the Colonial Office a plant disease in the Bermudas, 1887.
President of the Association of Economic Biologists, 1908.
Member, African Entomological Research Committee, 1909.
Member of the Royal Commissions on the Civil Service; on Grouse Disease; on Trinity College, Dublin, etc.
For many years Cambridge University correspondent of The Times. G.B.E., 1920.
Author, Zoology of the Invertebrata; Pearls and Parasites; Minor Horrors of War. Joint-author of a translation of Weismann on Heredity. Joint editor, Cambridge Natural History. Edited a Text Book on Zoology and a Handbook to the Natural History of Cambridgeshire. Co-editor of Parasitology and of the Journal of Economic Biology. Died, unmarried, Sept. 22, 1927, at Cambridge.
(Peile, II. 673; Who was Who; D.N.B.; Cambridge Review, Oct. 1927; The Times, Sept. 23, 1927.)
|Arthur Everett SHIPLEY |
Approx. lifespan: 18611927
pens. Christ's College adm1880:04:09
2nd s. of Alexander SHIPLEY of The Hall, Datchet, Buckinghamshire , (and Amelia BURGE dau. of William Henry BURGE of Windsor, [Berkshire], )
b. Walton-on-Thames, [Surrey], 1861:03:10
Sch: University College School London ,
Nat.Sci.Trip. Pt I, 1st Class(1882);
BA Pt II, 1st Class 1884
Hon. DSc Princeton, [ USA ],
University Demonstrator in Comparative: Anatomy 1886-94
University Lecturer in Morphology of: : invertebrata 1894-1908
Reader in Zoology 1908-20
Investigated on behalf of Colonial Office a plant disease in the Bermuda , 1887
President of: : Association of Economic Biologists 1908
Member: African Entomological Research Committee 1909
Member of: the Royal Commissions on Civil Service
on Grouse Disease; on Trinity College, Dublin etc.
For many years CB, ???, University correspondent of The Times
Publ.: Zoology of the Invertebrata; Pearls and Parasites; Minor Horrors of War
Joint-author of a translation of Weismann on Heredity
Joint editor, Camb. Natural History
Publ.: Edited a Text Book on Zoology and a Handbook to the Natural History of Cambridgeshire
Co- editor of Parasitology and of the Journal of Economic Biology
d., unmarried 1927:09:22 at CB, [Cambridgeshire],
( Peile, II. 673; Who was Who; D.N.B.; CB, ???, Rev.iew 1927:10; The Times 1927:09:23)
[add:]Photographs: CAS: G.148; Gownsman of 1916:11:11 [:add]
[add:]Portrait by Lázló and plaque by R. Tait McKenzie in Christ's College : portrait by W. Rieber in Dept. of Zoology[:add]
[add:]Goodison: CCS : 85, 86: CP : 383; < > CUA , : Phot. 25[:add]