Henslow, George (1834-1925)

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Henslow, George (1834-1925)

A clergyman of the Church of England and noted scholar. Henslow was a medalist of Christ College, Cambridge, vice president of the British Association for the Advancement of Science (1919), and a celebrated authority on botany, on which he wrote 16 learned works. He was also a dedicated Spiritualist. In his research he was closely associated with Archdeacon Thomas Colley and took much interest in psychic photography. He died December 20, 1925, at age 92.


Henslow, George. The Proofs of the Truth of Spiritualism. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1919.

. The Religion of the Spirit World. Chicago: Marlow Press, 1920.

Henslow, George, and D. J. D'Aute Hooper. Spirit Psychometry. London: W. Rider, 1914.

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