1812, Apr 261840 ca
an English botanical writer. Baskerville served a four-year apprenticeship to Mr. Soulby, of Ash, Kent. From 1829 to 1834 he attended lectures on anatomy under Jones Quain, dissection under Richard Quain, and surgery under Samuel Cooper. In November 1834 he attended the North London Hospital, obtained the membership of the College of Surgeons on 22 December 1835, and settled in practice at Canterbury. He was the author of Affinities of Plants, with some Observations upon Progressive Development, London, 1839, 8vo. He is stated to have died in London in 1840, but his name appears in the college annual list of members so late as 1843.
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