Daniel Hanbury

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Daniel Hanbury (1825-1875) == biography == FRS FLS etc. pharmacologist, Quaker and botanist. Travelled and corresponded extensively to obtain specimens for his study of pharmacognosy and Chinese materia medica (Pharmaceutical Society commemorates him with Hanbury medal). Assisted younger brother Sir Thomas Hanbury in laying out La Mortola gardens at Ventimiglia. Disliked alcohol and tobacco, avoided meat and never married which were said to have contributed to his early death. Exchanged plants with W W Saunders.

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references and external links

  • Kent DH & Allen DE. 1984. British and Irish Herbaria. London.


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