Macintosh, William Carmichael ♂
Student United College 1853-1854 Gk. 1; Lat. 1; Math. 1 1854-1855 Lat. 2; Math. 2; Log. 1855-1856 M. Phil.; Math. 3; Exp. Physics; Comp. Anat. & Physiol. 1856-1857 Pol. Econ.; Chem.; Inst. Med.; Comp. Anat. & Physiol. Madras bursar. Attended Congregational Church while a student.
Professor of Natural History 28.10.1882-1.10.1917 (resigned).
Medical superintendent Murthly Institution 1863-1882. Established first marine laboratory in Britain, His chief researches were on the life histories of the food fishes (except the herring) and on marine worms. [Doctor]
Publications. A benefactor of the University. McIntosh Hall of Residence is named after the family.
The marine invertebrates and fishes of St Andrews.(Edinburgh: Adam & Charles Black, 1875)
Monograph of the British marine annelids. Vol. 1 (of 9 vols).(London: The Ray Society, 1873)
- Alumnus Chronicle 9 p11
- Deaths Reg. St Andrews 1931
- Proc. Roy. Soc. B 110 1932
- Coll. Echoes 1891/92 p137, 1899/1900 p131, 1902/03 p73
- Ray Society 1935
- A. E. Gunther, Life
- Fife News Almanac 1932
- William M'Intosh in Wikipedia
- also the Papers of William Carmichael McIntosh in the University of St Andrews Library.