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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.

Sources:

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.

Henslow, George (1834-1925)

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