Henry W. Winkley

Henry W. Winkley
Henry W. Winkley

24 March 1858 – 4 February 1918

Born: Boston, Massachusetts.

Died: Danvers, Massachusetts.

Occupation: Episcopal Minister. Amateur Cochologist. Rector at Newton, Massachusetts, New Brunswick, Maine, and Branford, Connecticut.

Education: B.A. Harvard College, 1881; Episcopal Theological School, 1884.

Societies / Service: Charter Member and Secretary, Boston Malacological Club.

Travels: Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Eastport, Maine.

Collection Deposition: MCZ

Research Interests:


Data from: Abbott, R.T., and M.E. Young (eds.). 1973. American Malacologists: A national register of professional and amateur malacologists and private shell collectors and biographies of early American mollusk workers born between 1618 and 1900. American Malacologists, Falls Church, Virginia. Consolidated/Drake Press, Philadelphia. 494 pp.

Other References: Anon. 1907. The Winkley collection of shells. Nautilus 20(10):118-119.

Johnson, C.J. 1918. Henry W. Winkley. Nautilus 31(4):136-137 + 1 plate.

Partial Bibliography

Winkley, H.W. 1901. Goniobasis in Massachusetts. Nautilus 15(7):83.

Winkley, H.W. 1908. Paludestrina salsa, Pilsbry. Nautilus 22(6):53-54.

Winkley, H.W. 1909. Pisidium in Massachusetts. Nautilus 22(11):113-114.

Winkley, H.W. 1909. On collecting. Nautilus 23(5):68-69.

Winkley, H.W. 1914. Mollusca of Maine. Nautilus 28(4):48.