Josiah Hale

…to have survived synonymy is Verbena halei Small “In sandy soil, Indian Territory to Louisiana and Texas, Spring and summer… Louisiana: Dr. Hale, no. 245.”5 Other plant taxa named in…

Nathan Barrows

…York City in 1857, he was house surgeon in Belleview Hospital in that city. He moved to Falmouth, Massachusetts in 1859 and practiced medicine there until 1864. While in Falmouth…

Mildred Gant Stites Reed

…two-year to a four-year institution and fostered its outreach to native Americans.”2 Mildred was survived by spouse John F. Reed and sons John, Robert, and James.1,2 She is buried in…

Miklos Treiber

…together in Martin and Halifax Counties in North Carolina which resulted in a publication about beech communities on the coastal plain. PUBLICATIONS: Treiber, Miklos and Alan E. Krusinger. 1975. Inferential…

Mary Steed Stipe Eyles

…former students, often into the wee hours. “I may have taught more in my living room than in my classroom,” she said. Many of her students credit her as a…

Elam T. Bartholomew

…Illinois. Bartholomew was interested in natural sciences and in 1873 began teaching school in a nearby district. In 1874 he moved to Kansas, homesteading on 160 acres in Boy Creek…

Frances Katherine Foust Lombard

…in North America. IN: Proceedings of the 7th international conference on root and butt rots; 1988 August 9-16; Vernon and Victoria, BC, Canada. International Union of Forestry Research Organisations (IUFRO)…

Gertrude I. Grimsley Scott

…perhaps means breast cancer. She is buried with many family members in Oakdale Cemetery in Wilmington, North Carolina, and her status as a World War II veteran is noted on…

Augustin Gattinger

…Lobelia appendiculata var. gattingeri (A. Gray) McVaugh, Dalea gattingeri (A. Heller) Barneby, Philadelphus gattingeri S. Y. Hu, Panicum gattingeri Nash, Clematis gattingeri Small, Cragaegus gattingeri Ashe, Rubus gattingeri L. H….