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Berkeley, M. J. (Miles Joseph), 1803-1889

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Personal name headingBerkeley, M. J. (Miles Joseph), 1803-1889
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Variant(s)Berkeley, Miles Joseph, 1803-1889
Associated countryGreat Britain
LocatedKing's Cliffe (England) Wansford (England) Sibbertoft (England)
Birth date1803-04-01
Death date1889-07-30
Place of birthEast Northamptonshire (England)
Place of deathSibbertoft (England)
Field of activityCryptogams
AffiliationChurch of England
Profession or occupationBotanists Clergy Mycologists Plant pathologists
Found inIntroduction to cryptogamic botany, 1857: title page (By the Rev. M.J. Berkeley ... With 127 illustrations on wood, drawn by the author)
M.A. Curtis Papers, 1720-1952
Finding aid for M.A. Curtis Papers, 1720-1952, via UNC University Libraries WWW site, viewed 3 February 2021 (Reverend Miles Joseph Berkeley (1803-1899) of King's Cliff, Wansford and Sibbertoft, Harborough, England, Anglican minister and founder of British mycology.)
Find a Grave website, viewed 3 February 2021 (Rev. Miles Joseph Berkeley; born 1 April 1803, Benefield, East Northamptonshire Borough, Northamptonshire, England; died 30 July 1889, Sibbertoft, Daventry District, Northamptonshire, England; cryptogamist, clergyman, and one of the founders of the science of plant pathology)
Associated languageeng