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Wood, J. G. (John George), 1827-1889

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Personal name headingWood, J. G. (John George), 1827-1889
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Variant(s)Wood, John George, 1827-1889
See alsoAlternate identity: Forrest, George, 1827-1889
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LocatedOxford (England) Woolwich (London, England)
Upper Norwood (London, England)
Birth date1827-07-21
Death date1889-03-03
Place of birthLondon (England)
Place of deathCoventry (England)
Field of activityNatural history--Popular works Microscopy Music
AffiliationMerton College Saint Bartholomew's Hospital (Oxford, England)
St Thomas the Martyr (Church : Oxford, England) Canterbury Diocesan Choral Union
Profession or occupationNaturalists Microscopists Choral conductors Chaplains, Hospital Clergy
Found inHis Illustrated natural history.
LCCN 15-17502: His Common objects of the microscope, 1861 (hdg.: Wood, John George, 1827-1889; usage: Rev. J.G. Wood)
LC data base, 5-19-86 (hdg.: Wood, John George, 1827-1889; variant: J.G. Wood)
Wikipedia, viewed via the WWW February 8, 2013 (John George Wood, or Rev J. G. Wood, (July 21, 1827-March 3, 1889), was a popular English writer and lecturer on natural history; born in London; died at Coventry)
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography WWW site, Dec. 17, 2021 (Wood, John George; born March 3, 1827, London; died March 3, 1889, Coventry; natural historian and microscopist; matriculated from Merton College, Oxford, 1844; B.A., 1848, M.A., 1851; ordained deacon 1852 and served as curate of St Thomas the Martyr, Oxford; ordained priest, 1854; assistant chaplain, St Bartholomew's Hospital, 1856; after resigning chaplaincy, moved to Belvedere, near Woolwich; appointed precentor of the Canterbury Doicesan Choral Union and conducted its annual festivals, 1869-1876; moved that year to Upper Norwood)
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