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Last NameHooker    
Given NameJoseph Dalton    
alt. NamesJ. D. H. ; Sir Joseph ;     
Marriage1: ->Frances Harriet Henslow (1825-1874) in 1851 ; 2: Hyacinth Symonds Jardine (1842-1921)    
Children9:William Henslow, Harriet Anne, Charles Paget, Marie Elizabeth, Brian Harvey Hodgson, Reginald Hawthorn, Grace Ellen; Joseph Symonds, Richard Symonds    
Year born1817 in Halesworth, Suffolk, England, UK    
Year died1911    
Place of deathSunningdale, Berkshire, England, UK    
Father's occupationbotanist ->William Jackson Hooker (1785-1865)    
RelativesMaria Sarah Turner (mother) ; naturalist ->John Stevens Henslow (1796-1761) (father-in-law ) ; botanist Thiselton-Dyer (son-in-law) ;    
Educationbotany from father ; Glasgow High School ; medicine at Glasgow University ;    
Country of ActivityUnited Kingdom    
Worked forexped. of Sir James Clark Ross 1839-43 ; J. Richardson's antartic zoology ; C. E. Broome on Indian fungi ;    
PatronageQueen Victoria ; Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew ; James Clark Ross (1800-1862) ;    
CollaboratorsJoseph Banks (1742/3-1820) ; ->Harriet Ann Hooker (daughter) married Thiselton-Dyer ;    
Techniquesbotanical, mydological, zoological, and topographical drawing and watercolor    
Sample(s)http://sciweb.nybg.org/science2/Onlinexhibits/exhbtcata.html    
Archival sourcesBritish Museum Natural History. http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Jackson_Hooker    
Published sourcesAKL ; Bull. Nat. Hist. 1912: 1 & 439 ; Nissen: Botan. Buchillustration 1966 ; Sawyer 1971: 141 ; Magee 2009: 122f., 141ff., 206ff., 249 & 252 ; Daniels 1974: 38f. ; Lack 1987: 200f. & 206f. ; Güttler 2014: figs. III/1, 9 & 12 ;    
otherActive in India, USA, New Zealand, Morocco, Palestine, Antarctic. surgeon naturalist on HMS Erebus under Capt. Ross; Kew assistant director 1855-65, director -1885.    
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