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Illustrations to Volume I   xvii

 

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(a)

Charles Darwin in early manhood.

From a portrait in Mrs

   

Wheler's MS. 11 The Galton Family,"

 

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(b)

Charles Darwin in later life. From a photograph by his son,

Major Leonard Darwin

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XLII.

Erasmus Galton (1815-1909). In his uniform as a "middy," aged 13.

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Silhouette in the possession of Mr Wheler Galton at Claverdon.

"My second brother, Erasmus, then a boy of twelve or thirteen,

showed himself to us in his uniform, with the dagger or ' dirk'

that was part of it." Francis Galton, Memories of my Life, p. 16

XLIII.

Breadsall Priory ("Happiness Hall"). The later home of Erasmus

Darwin and afterwards of his widow (Elizabeth Collier, Mrs Pole).

This is the house where the joyous visits of the young Galtons to

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their grandmother were made. From a pen and ink sketch of the

front

garden   .

XLIV.

(a)

Breadsall Church. From a sketch. This church contains the

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tombs of Erasmus Darwin, his widow and other members of the

Darwin family .   .

 

(b)

Breadsall Priory. Purchased by Erasmus Darwin the Younger,

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and bequeathed by him to his father, Erasmus Darwin the Elder.

From a water-colour sketch at Claverdon   .

XLV.

Plan of the Larches, the birthplace and home in boyhood of Francis

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Galton, with two inset aspects of the house. From a plan by

Violetta Galton (nee Darwin)   .

XLVI.

(a)

Erasmus Darwin (1731-1802). From a painting by Wright of

Derby

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(b)

Darwin Galton (1814-1903). Eldest brother of Francis Galton.

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From a picture by Oakley at Claverdon   .

XLVII.

Three great-grandchildren of David Barclay of Cheapside

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(a)

Hudson' Gurney .   .

 

(b)

Margaret Gurney (Margaret Barclay)   .

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(c)

Mrs Fry (Elizabeth Gurney). All second cousins to each other

and to Tertius Galto \   .

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XLVIII. Francis Galton. From a portrait by Oakley of 1840 (Galton Labora

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tory, University of London)

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XLIX.

Sketch by Francis Galton of the Bishop's Gateway at Liege, visited

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1838

 
 

(a) Emma Sophia Galton (1811-1904), "Sister Pemmy." From a

silhouette at Claverdon   .

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(b) Elizabeth Anne Galton (1808-1906), "Sister Bessy," Mrs Edward

Wheler. From a painting by Povvles in 1891 at Claverdon.

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L bis.

Elizabeth Anne Galton (1808-1906), " Sister Bessy." From a painting

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by Easton of 1844 in the possession of Mrs T. J. A. Studdy

P. G.

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