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Text:"... Brothers. One of the interesting personalities of the Darwin Centenary at Cambridge recently was Mr. WilliamErasmusDarwin, the eldest son of the great naturalist, who is the only one of that brilliant band..."
Date:July 10 1909
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., was proved on the 13th ult. by Miss Katherine Elizabeth Sophy Wedgewood, the daughter, and WilliamErasmusDarwin, the acting executors, the personal estate being sworn under 120,000Z. The testator gives..."
Date:June 1 1880
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... It is called men hsiang or hsiun to suffocate or asphyxiate with incense. The will of Mr. Darwin (dated Septem- ber 27th, was proved on the 6th of June, by his two sons, WilliamErasmusDarwin, and George Howard..."
Date:July 20 1882
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"... on the 6th inst., by WilliamErasmusDarwin and George Howaid Darwin, tho sons, the executors, the value of the personal estate amounting to upwards of £146,000. The testator leaves to his son William..."
Date:June 16 1882
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...'n is his own. These are the con- clusions drawn from a decision hand- ed down by the supreme court here. York Times. Darwin Relics. j The late WilliamErasmusDarwin, who was a son of Charles Darwin, re- l..."
Date:May 24 1915
Publication:Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... served as guides to other workers in his fields. He Is remembered with deep reverence and gratitude by scientists. The other day his eldest son. WilliamErasmusDarwin, died in Hn^'-land. In tlie..."
Date:Dec 10 1914
Publication:Bloomfield, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Investigators. Mr. Halfour. who had known Darwin personally, said that no man was more worthy of love. ,Vlr. WilliamErasmusDarwin, 11 son, implied. Last scene of all which ended Ihia eventful, interesting day..."
Date:July 12 1909
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:".... SttlM ii Mr. WilliamErasmusDarwin, eldest son of Charles Darwin, F.R.S., was married Nov. 29th, to Sara Price Ashburner, second daughter of the late Theodore Sedgwick, of New York. The ceremony took..."
Date:Jan 5 1878
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... to nourish the dis- torted twigs, the whole process taking three years before they are ready foi the manufacturer to strip and polish. or to use bark and all. Darwin Relict. The late WilliamErasmusDarwin..."
Date:June 23 1915
Publication:Marble Rock, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... that a permissive measure would be worthless. __ WILLB AND BEftUBBTB. The will of Mr. Erasmus Alvey Darwin, late of C, Queen Anne-street, Cavendiah-gquare, has been proved by WilliamErasmusDarwin and George Howard..."
Date:Oct 10 1881
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...'iice and gratitmle by scientists. The other day his eldest son. WilliamErasmusDarwin, dit'd in England. In the autobiography of the great Darwin he says: My tirst child was born on Dec. 27. IS,'iif, and 1 at once..."
Date:Apr 20 1916
Publication:Bloomfield, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... WilliamErasmusDarwin, who was a son of Charles Darwin, re- cently left a number of relics of hit famous father to his nephew, with request that they be kept perma- nently in the possession of the Dar win..."
Date:Sep 15 1915
Publication:Humeston, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... It . har.J. t.u!• 1. L- ..'•t. ' ^ I t ; ! t I 1 niii.* t MORE OLD FAVORITES. Serve driíMi ning tor supi e: Darwin Relics. • The late WilliamErasmusDarwin, ; who was a son of Charles Darwin, re- | cently..."
Date:May 11 1915
Publication:Bloomington, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Relics. The' late WilliamErasmusDarwin, who was a son of Charles Darwin, re- cently left a number of relics of his famous father to his nephew, with request that they be kept perma- nently..."
Date:Aug 20 1915
Publication:Hamburg, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... and to the memory of him whom they had sought to was appropriately done by tho Post THE will dated September of Charles Eobert late of near who died on April 19 was proved on the 6th by WilliamErasmusDarwin..."
Date:June 22 1882
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... taking three years before they are ready fbr the manufacturer to strip and polish, or to use bark and all. Darwin Relics. The late WilliamErasmusDarwin, who was a son of Charles Darwin, r^ cently left..."
Date:Aug 6 1915
Publication:Petersburg, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., in London, Sara, wlfo of .WilliamErasmusDarwin, and daughter of the latp Funeral on Tuesday, Oct. 2S. at her Iita residence, F.ldgeniount, Basset, Hampshire. Sunday mornlnff, Oot. 28. Frances Davenport..."
Date:Oct 28 1902
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
 
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