Alban Edward Lomax

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Alban Edward Lomax (1861-4/5/1894)

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Alban Lomax was a pharmaceutical chemist. He died (aged 33) in the Northern Hospital (from 'cerebral inflammation'), Liverpool - 4th may, 1894.

He described a new species of Cerastium, J of Botany, Vol 31, 1893.

He was a member of the Watson Exchange Club and contributed to Science Gossip.

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Father was Ebenezer W Lomax - second master of Ely Grammar School.


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1873

1892

VC3
VC14, VC15
VC17, VC22
VC47, VC50, VC52
VC57, VC58, VC59
VC65
VC85, VC86, VC88, VC89
VC97, VC104

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