Haynes Gibbes Alleyne

1815 - 1882


Biography

Australian physician, son of John Alleyne, a planter, and his wife Joanna née Bishop (q.v.) and step-grandson of Sir Fizroy Maclean (q.v.).

Attended Edinburgh University. Health Officer in Port Jackson, New South Wales from 1852. Held a number of other positions eg Honorary Physician to the Sydney Infirmary 1855-1873 and trustee of the Australian Museum 1880-1882.

Sources

Richard Refshauge, 'Alleyne, Haynes Gibbes (1815–1882)', Australian Dictionary of Biography Online, http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/alleyne-haynes-gibbes-2879 [accessed 20/12/2012].


Further Information

Absentee?
'Foreign'
Spouse
[died unmarried]
Children
d.s.p.
Wealth at death
£17,500
University
Edinburgh University
Occupation
Physician
Religion
Church of England

Legacies Summary

Cultural (1)

Trustee
Australian Museum...... 

Imperial (3)

Health Officer
Australia: New South Wales 
Other
Australia: New South Wales 
notes →
Trustee of the Australian Museum...
Other
Australia: New South Wales 
notes →
Honorary physician to the Sydney...

Relationships (1)

Son → Mother

Addresses (5)

Edinburgh, Midlothian (Edinburgh), Central Scotland, Scotland
Liverpool, Lancashire, North-west England, England
Barbados
New South Wales, Australia
Notes →

Lived in New South Wales 1839-1844 and 1848-1882.

New Zealand