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Wife: Maud Lowry Harmer
Born: 18 Feb 1868 in London 1 Census: 1911 in Hereford (see note 1) Resided: 1939 - 1950 at 14 Sedley Taylor Road, Trumpington 1,2,3,4 Died: 1950 in Cambridge 5 (see note 2) Father: Mother:
Husband: Herbert Edward Durham Married: 1907 in Monmouthshire 6 (see note 3)
Born: 30 Mar 1866 in London 6,2 (see note 4) Education: King's College, Cambridge 7 (see note 5) Census: 1911 in Hereford (see note 6) Occupation: 1911 Analyst (Chemical, Biological), Cider Manufactory Occupation: Pathology: Biochemistry 1 Resided: 1937 - 1945 at 14 Sedley Taylor Road, Trumpington 2,8,4 Died: 1945 in Cambridge 6 (see note 7) Father: Mother: Media link: https://livesonline.rcseng.ac.uk/biogs/E004002b.htm Media desc: Biography Media link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herbert_Durham Media desc: Wikipedia
Sources: (1) 1939 Register. (2) Probate record. (3) Kelly's Directories. (4) Electoral Register. (5) Index on ancestry.co.uk. (6) FreeBMD website. (7) Alumni Cantabrigienses. (8) Spalding's Directory (Kelly's after WW2)
Event Notes Note (1) Age 43, born Harrow on the Hill, with husband Herbert Edward Durham Note (2) Jun 1950 Cambridge 4a 177 age 82 Note (3) Sep 1907 Monmouth 11a 44 Note (4) Jun 1866 St George Hanover Square 1a 262 Note (5) Name: Herbert Edward . Durham College: KING'S Entered: Michs. 1884 More Information: Adm. at KING'S, Oct. 6, 1884. [2nd] s. of Arthur E., surgeon, of Guy's Hospital, London. School, University College. At University College, London, 1883-4 (Medallist). Matric. Michs. 1884; Exhibitioner; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class, 1886) 1887; M.A. 1891; M.B. and B.C. 1892; Sc.D. 1909. F.R.C.S., 1884. Assistant Demonstrator in Histology, 1884-9. House Surgeon, Guy's Hospital, 1889-95. Grocers' Company Research Scholar, 1895. At Hygiene Institute, Vienna, 1895-6, where he was associated with Prof. Max Gruber in the discovery of agglutination of bacteria. Member of Tsetse-fly Disease Committee of Royal Society, 1896-8. In charge of expeditions to investigate yellow fever in Brazil (Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine) and beriberi (London School of Tropical Medicine). John Lucas Walker Student, 1904. Chemist and scientific adviser to H. P. Bulmer and Co., Hereford, 1905-35. Introduced the Chinese-discovered insecticidal value of derris. Served in the Great War (Hon. Lieut., R.A.M.C.; Major, Special List). Author of numerous papers in scientific journals. Of 14, Sedley Taylor Road, Cambridge, in 1941. Brother of Arthur E. (1883). (H. E. Durham; Univ. Coll. Sch. Reg.; Who's Who, 1941; Medical Directory, 1941.) Note (6) Age 45, born Marylebone. Analyst (Chemical, Biological), Cider Manufactory, with wife Maoud Lowry Note (7) Dec 1945 Cambridge 3b 486 age 79 Copyright Trumpington Local History Group 2022 Email TLHG Return to TLHG introduction page Name Index