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|Babington, Charles Cardale.|
Adm. pens. at ST JOHN'S, Nov. 8, 1825.
S. of Joseph (1786), clerk, of Bath.
B. Nov. 23, 1808, at Ludlow, Salop.
Matric. Michs. 1826; B.A. 1830; M.A. 1833.
M.A. incorp. at Oxford, 1847.
Professor of Botany, 1861-95.
Engaged in intensive researches in Natural History; essentially a field naturalist; visited almost every part of the British Isles.
Visited Iceland, 1846.
One of the founders of the Entomological Society, 1833; known as 'Beetles Babington'. Commenced the well-known Manual of British Botany in 1835.
One of the founders of the Ray Club, 1836; acted as secretary for 55 years.
Secretary for many years of the Cambridge Philosophical Society.
F.L.S., F.G.S., 1835.
Helped to found the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 1840; President.
Interested in Archaeology; a member of the Cambrian Archaeological Association, 1850; Chairman, 1855 and 1885.
An active member of the 'British Association'. President of the Natural History Section, 1853 and 1861.
A warm supporter of Evangelical Mission work at home and abroad; aided in founding a Cottage Orphan Home at Cambridge, 1871.
A full account of his many activities is recorded in the Journal, kept throughout his life and afterwards published as Memorials, Journal and Botanical Correspondence. Contributed largely to the Architectural History of Cambridge, by Willis and J. W. Clark.
Author, Manual of British Botany; Flora of Cambridgeshire; The British Rubi, etc.
Bequeathed his Herbarium and the bulk of his technical library to the University.
Died July 22, 1895, at Brookside, Cambridge.
Buried at Cherry Hinton.
(D.N.B., Suppl. I; Eagle, Obit. (reprint).)
|Charles Cardale BABINGTON |
Approx. lifespan: 18081895
pens. St John's College adm1825:11:08
s. of Joseph BABINGTON (1786) clerk of Bath, [Somerset],
b. Ludlow, Shropshire , 1808:11:23
MA incorp. at Oxford 1847
Professor of Botany: 1861-95
Engaged in intensive researches in Natural History; essentially a field naturalist; visited almost every part of the British Isles:
Visited: Iceland , 1846
One of the founders of: Entomological Society 1833
known as 'Beetles Babington'
Commenced the well-known: Manual of British Botany in1835
One of the founders of: Ray Club 1836
acted as Sec. Ray Club for 55 years
Sec.: Cambridge Philosophical Society for many years
Helped to found: Cambridge Antiquarian Society 1840
President: Cambridge Antiquarian Society
Interested in Archaeology
Member of: : Cambrian Archaeological Association 1850
Chairman: Cambrian Archaeological Association 1855 and 1885
An active member of the: British Association
President of Natural History Section: British Association 1853 and 1861
A warm supporter of Evangelical Mission work at home and abroad
aided in founding Cottage Orphan Home at Cambridge, [Cambridgeshire], 1871
Publ.: A full account of his many activities is recorded in the Journal, kept throughout his life and afterwards published as Memorials, Journal and Botanical Correspondence
Publ.: Contributed largely to the Architectural History of Cambridge, [Cambridgeshire], ???, by WILLIS and J. W. CLARK
Publ.: Manual of British Botany; Flora of Cambridge, [Cambridgeshire], ???shire; The British Rubi etc.
Bequeathed his Herbarium and the bulk of his technical library to University
d. Brookside, Cambridge, [Cambridgeshire], 1895:07:22
bur. Cherry Hinton, [Cambridgeshire],
( D.N.B., Suppl . I; Eagle, Obit. (reprint))
[add:] Portrait by VIZARD 1888 in Dept. of Botany; another, after photograph 1896 at St John's College [:add]
[add:](Goodison CP : 75; Atkinson, 423)[:add]
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Adm. pens. at TRINITY, Dec. 29, 1786. [5th s. of Thomas, of Rothley Temple, Leics., and Lydia, dau. of Rev. Joseph Cardale.
B. Jan. 2, 1768.
School, Rugby.] Migrated to St John's, July 5, 1787; matric.
Michs. 1787; Scholar; B.A. 1791; M.A. 1794.
Incorp. at Oxford, 1794; M.B. (Oxford) 1795; M.D. (Oxford) 1797.
Of Ludlow, Salop; practised medicine there until 1812.
Ord. deacon (York) Dec. 18, 1814; priest, Aug. 6, 1815; C. of Hawkesworth, Notts.
A good botanist.
Married Catherine, dau. of John Whitter, Esq., of Bradninch, Devon, Aug. 15, 1803.
Died Dec. 15 (? 16), 1826, at Bath.
Brother of the next, etc., and father of Charles C. (1825).
(St John's Coll.
Adm., IV; Nichols, III. 964; Al. Oxon., where M.D. is not given.)
|Joseph BABINGTON |
Approx. lifespan: 17681826
Tripos: John Math. 1791
pens. Trinity College adm1786:12:29
5th s. of Thomas BABINGTON of Rothley Temple, Leicestershire ,
s. of Lydia CARDALE dau. of Rev. Joseph CARDALE
Mig. to St John's College 1787:07:05
Incorp. at Oxford University 1794
MB Oxford 1795
MD Oxford 1797
Of Ludlow, Shropshire ,
practised medicine: Ludlow, Shropshire , until1812
Ord. deacon York 1814:12:18
Ord. priest 1815:08:06
C.: Hawkesworth, Nottinghamshire ,
A good Botanist
m. Catherine WHITTER dau. of John WHITTER, Esq. of Bradninch, Devon , 1803:08:15
d. Bath, [Somerset], 1826:12:15 or 16
brother of Matthew BABINGTON (1778) etc.
father of Charles Cardale BABINGTON (1825)
( St John's College Adm ., IV; Nichols, III. 964; Al. Oxon ., where MD is not given)