ENGLAND: THE OTHER WITHIN

Analysing the English Collections at the Pitt Rivers Museum

Explore the database of all the people associated with the Pitt Rivers English collections. This gives information about their lives; their education, careers, place of residence, and their network of friends and colleagues. Select the first letter of their surname from the list below.

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Individuals

M. [full version unknown], H. [full version unknown]

MacCulloch, John

MacEnery, John

Mackay, Dorothy Mary

Mackenzie, [Mrs][full version unknown]

MacLaren, W.

Madan, Arthur Cornwallis

Madan, H.G. [probably Henry George]

Magdalen College University of Oxford, President & Fellows

Makgill, Robert Haldane

Malaher, Edmund Aubrey Malaher

Mallett & Sons, Messrs

Maltby, A. possibly Alfred or Alfred Henry

Manchester College University of Oxford , Trustees

Manning, A.

Manning, Percy

Manning, [Mrs] D.

Manton, Joseph

Maples, John Cecil

Marchant, Mary Ann

Marcon, Alice

Marcon, John

Marett, Robert Ranulph

Margerison, Samuel

Marlborough College

Marples & Sons, William

Marr, David

Marriage, I.

Marryat, [full version unknown]

Marshall, Albert

Marshall, David

Martin, J.

Martin, Robert Reginald

Martin & Co.

Martin-Moey, [Miss] M.K.

Maselkowski, Miriam

Mason, T.J.

Matthews, W.

Maull and Fox Studio

Mavrogordato, John Nicholas

Maw / S. Maw Son & Thompson

May, John Maunsell Frampton

Mayers, Dorothy

Maynard, Henry Nathan

Maynard, Sarah

Maynard, [Mr] [full version unknown]

McAlpine Ltd, Sir Robert

McCall, R.P.

McGregor

McIntosh or M'Intosh , William Carmichael

McLeod, H.N.

McLeod, Margaret S.G.

McLoughlin, Charles

Meade, Cecil

Meads, Joseph

Mears, George

Mears, Thomas

Medhurst, James A.S.

Mellersh of Godalming [Stafford collection sale Godalming], Messrs

Merrivale, Judith

Metzler, Valentin

Meyrick, Samuel Rush

Middleton, [Constable][full version unknown]

Milhouse, William

Millard, [Canon] [possibly James Elwin]

Millard, [Mrs] [full version unknown]

Millen or Miller, [Mrs][full version unknown]

Miller, W.E.

Miller & Son, George

Mills, Frank

Mills, James Philip

Mills, John R. Frank

Mills, Matilda Hayes

Milne, John Stewart

Milne, Joseph Grafton

Milne, Kate Grafton

Milner & Son, Thomas

Milton, John

Ministry of Public Building and Works

Minn, H. [possibly Henry]

Moir, James Reid

Moir, John

Monk (also known as Smith), William or Billie or Billy

Montagu, Jeremy

Moreton, Henry John Reynolds

Morgan, George Sheppard

Morgan, Gwenda

Morgan, [Mrs][full version unknown]

Morland , [family][full versions unknown]

Morphy, Howard

Morris, Arthur

Morten, [Mr][full version unknown]

Mortimer I or II, Harvey Westlake

Morton, Andrew Stanford

Moseley, Henry Nottidge

Moseley, Margery

Moseley, William

Moseley, [Canon] [full version unknown]

Moullin, Eric Balliol

Moultine, [Mrs] [Gerard] [full version unknown]

Mowat, Linda

Mozley also known as Goddard , [Mrs] I.G.

Mulford, [Mr][full version unknown]

Mulliner, Henry Jervis

Mullord Bros.

Mulvaney, Derek John

Munro, John Arthur Ruskin

Murcot, [Mrs][full version unknown]

Murray, Margaret Alice

Murray, Violet Cecil

Museum of English Rural Life University of Reading

Myres, John Linton

Myres, Sophia Florence

Individual's Details

Maw / S. Maw Son & Thompson

Career Manufacturer

Biography 'The name MAW has been associated with a whole range of British made chemist's sundries, dressings, surgical appliances and instruments, for nearly 200 years.' The company grew out of a wholesale druggist company in London, later instrument maker. 'The company was founded by Hornby and Maw in 1807, was listed as George Maw and Son in 1826, S. Maw and Son in 1860 and S. Maw and Son and Thompson in 1870. In 1901 it was still in Maw hands as S. Maw, Son, and Sons.' Based at 55 Aldermanbury, London when making products for Museum[Alison Petch [as part of 'The Other Within' project 2006-9] 30/04/2007]

Biography References http://www.psa.org.au/site.php?id=1275 / http://www.goantiques.com/detail,antique-dental-forceps,973329.html?source=VYZ4474

County London [Greater]

Relationship Maker

Archaeological or Ethnographic Ethnography

Dates active circa 1807-to present

Donated around 1961/ 1942 / 2001

English collections Veterinary surgeon's blood-letting tool, 2 surgical instruments

Institution Yes

Oxford based No

English collection size 3

Connections ?Henry Balfour / ?Dr. Symonds [possibly H.P. Symonds possibly Horatio Percy Symonds] / Dr. and Mrs E.R. Jones / H.B. Jones / Mrs C. Gamble

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