Lilian Vaughan Sampson

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Lilian Vaughan Sampson

Also Known As: "Morgan"
Death: Died
Immediate Family:

Wife of Thomas Hunt Morgan, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1933
Mother of Howard Key Morgan; Edith Sampson Morgan; Lilian Vaughan Morgan and Isabel Merrick Morgan

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About Lilian Vaughan Sampson

Wikipedia Biographical Summary:

"...Lilian Vaughn Morgan (1870-1952) was an American geneticist and the wife of Thomas Hunt Morgan. Ms. Morgan published 16 single author papers in her lifetime. Her major discoveries include the attached X chromosome in fruit flies. She was one of the founders of the Children's School of Science in Woods Hole, MA..."

SOURCE: Wikipedia contributors, 'Lilian Vaughn Morgan', Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 17 November 2010, 01:21 UTC, <> [accessed 15 July 2011]

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Lilian Vaughan Sampson's Timeline

July 7, 1870
February 22, 1906
Age 35
June 25, 1907
Age 36
January 5, 1910
Age 39
August 20, 1911
Age 41
New Bedford, MA, USA
December 6, 1952
Age 82