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Wife: Maria Day
Resided: 1834 in Cambridge 1 Died: 1834 Buried: 23 May 1834 in Trumpington (see note 1) Father: Mother:
Husband: Richard Relhan Married: 1778 in Cambridge 2 (see note 2)
Education: Trinity College, Cambridge 3 (see note 3) Occupation: Clergyman, Fellow of King's College, Botanist 3,4 Resided: 1823 in Cambridge 1 Died: 1823 Buried: 28 Mar 1823 in Trumpington (see note 4) Father: Mother: Media link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Relhan Media desc: Wikipedia
Sources: (1) Burial record. (2) Ancestry Select Marriages. (3) Alumni Cantabrigienses. (4) Wikipedia.
Event Notes Note (1) May 23 RELHAN Maria of Cambridge 78 Note (2) St Michael Note (3) Adm. pens. (age 18) at TRINITY, June 17, 1772. S. of Anthony [M.D.] (for whom see D.N.B.), of London. [B. 1754, in Dublin.] School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1772; Scholar, 1773; B.A. (Hon. Wrangler) 1776; M.A. 1779. Fellow and Chaplain of King's, 1781. F.R.S., 1787. One of the original Fellows of the Linnean Society, 1788. The genus Relhania was named after him. Ord. deacon 1777; priest (Peterb.) June 27, 1779; C. of New Romney, Kent, 1777. R. of Hemingby, Lincs., 1791-1823. Author, Flora Cantabrigiensis, 1785 (with the assistance of notes given to him by Professor Thomas Martyn); Lectures on Botany, read in the University of Cambridge. Published an edition of Tacitus' Germania, Agricola and Historia. Died Mar. 28, 1823, aged 69. (Record of Old Westminsters; Northants. Clergy; Cant. Act Book; G. Mag., 1823, I. 380; D.N.B.) Note (4) Mar 28 RELHAN Richard of Cambridge 69 author of Flora Cantabrigiensis Copyright Trumpington Local History Group 2022 Email TLHG Return to TLHG introduction page Name Index