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George Vernon Hudson (20 April 1867 – 5 April 1946) was a British-born New Zealand award-winning entomologist and astronomer. He won the Hector Memorial Medal.

Contents

1 Biography 2 Personal life 3 Works 4 References 5 External links

Biography[edit] Born in London, England, on Easter Saturday, 1867 Hudson was the sixth child of Emily Jane Carnal and Charles Hudson, an artist and stained-glass window designer. By the age of 14 he had built up a collection of British insects, and had published a paper in The Entomologist. In 1881 Hudson moved with his father to Nelson, New Zealand. He worked on a farm, and in 1883, aged 16, he began working at the post office in Wellington, where he eventually became chief clerk, retiring in 1918.[1] Hudson was a member of the 1907 Sub-Antarctic Islands Scientific Expedition. The main aim of the expedition was to extend the magnetic survey of New Zealand by investigating the Auckland and Campbell islands but botanical, biological and zoological surveys were also conducted. The voyage also resulted in rescue of the castaways of the shipwreck the Dundonald in the Auckland Islands. Hudson is credited with proposing modern-day daylight saving time.[2] His shift-work job gave him leisure time to collect insects, and led him to value after-hours daylight.[3] In 1895, he presented a paper to the Wellington
Wellington
Philosophical Society proposing a two-hour daylight-saving shift,[4] and after considerable interest was expressed in Christchurch, he followed up in an 1898 paper.[5] In 1933, Hudson was the first recipient (together with Ernest Rutherford) of the T. K. Sidey Medal, set up by the Royal Society of New Zealand from funds collected to commemorate the passing of the Summer-Time Act 1927.[6][7] Another Briton, William Willett
William Willett
championed the use of daylight saving time. It was made law there in 1916. Hudson's collection of insects, the largest in New Zealand, is housed in the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. Personal life[edit] Hudson's wife, Florence, died in 1935. They left one daughter. Hudson died on 5 April 1946 at his home "Hillview" in the Wellington
Wellington
suburb of Karori.[3] Works[edit]

An Elementary Manual of New Zealand Entomology. London: West, Newman, & Co. 1892. Retrieved 28 July 2015.  New Zealand Neuroptera : a popular introduction to the life-histories and habits of may-flies, dragon-flies, caddis-flies and allied insects inhabiting New Zealand, including notes on their relation to angling. London: West, Newman & Co. 1904. Retrieved 21 January 2016.  The butterflies and moths of New Zealand. Wellington: Ferguson & Osborn Ltd. 1928. Retrieved 10 Oct 2017. 

References[edit]

^ J.T. Salmon. George Vernon Hudson, F.R.S.N.Z. (1867–1946). Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 1946;76(2):264–6. ^ Satran, Joe (2012-03-09). "The Man Who Invented Daylight Savings Time". The Huffington Post. AOL Inc. Retrieved 2017-01-17.  ^ a b Gibbs, George. "Hudson, George Vernon". Dictionary of New Zealand Biography. Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Retrieved 11 March 2012.  ^ G. V. Hudson. On seasonal time-adjustment in countries south of lat. 30°. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute. 1895;28:734. ^ G. V. Hudson. On seasonal time. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute. 1898;31:577–588. ^ "Background of the Medal". Royal Society of New Zealand. Retrieved 7 August 2015.  ^ "Recipients". Royal Society of New Zealand. Retrieved 7 August 2015. 

External links[edit]

Wikispecies
Wikispecies
has information related to George Vernon Hudson

Wikimedia Commons has media related to George Hudson (entomologist).

G V Hudson collection at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewaو Record of George Vernon Hudson in Collections Online, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Works by George Vernon Hudson at Project Gutenberg Works by or about George Hudson at Internet Archive

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WorldCat Identities VIAF: 197940258 LCCN: n88075296 SELIBR: 61997 SUDOC: 097488097

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Recipients of the Hector Memorial Medal

Leonard Cockayne
Leonard Cockayne
(1912) Thomas Hill Easterfield
Thomas Hill Easterfield
(1913) Elsdon Best
Elsdon Best
(1914) Patrick Marshall
Patrick Marshall
(1915) Ernest Rutherford
Ernest Rutherford
(1916) Charles Chilton (1917) Thomas Frederic Cheeseman
Thomas Frederic Cheeseman
(1918) Philip Robertson (1919) Percy Smith (1920) Robert Speight
Robert Speight
(1921) Coleridge Farr
Coleridge Farr
(1922) George Hudson (1923) Donald Petrie (1924) Bernard Aston
Bernard Aston
(1925) Henry Devenish Skinner (1926) Charles Cotton (1927) Duncan Sommerville
Duncan Sommerville
(1928) G. M. Thomson (1929) John Ernest Holloway (1930) William Percival Evans (1931) Te Rangi Hiroa (Peter H. Buck) (1932) John Marwick, William Noel Benson (1933) Charles Ernest Weatherburn (1934) William Benham (1935) Walter Oliver (1936) John Reader Hosking (1937) Herbert Williams (1938) John Arthur Bartrum (1939) Donald Bannerman Macleod (1940) Harold John Finlay (1941) Harry Allan (1942) Lindsay Heathcote Briggs (1943) Johannes Carl Andersen (1944) John Henderson (1945) Henry Forder (1946) Arthur William Baden Powell (1947) G. H. Cunningham (1948) Robert Anthony Robinson (1949) Ernest Beaglehole (1950) Francis John Turner (1951) Keith Edward Bullen (1952) Lancelot Eric Richdale (1953) Lucy Cranwell
Lucy Cranwell
(1954) Francis Brian Shorland (1955) Roger Duff (1956) Harold Wellman (1957) Alister George McLellan (1958) Barry Fell (1959) Edward Edinborough Chamberlain (1960) Harry Bloom (1961) Ralph Piddington (1962) Charles Alexander Fleming (1963) Derek Frank Lawden (1964) Richard Dell (1965) John Thorpe Holloway (1966) Richard Conrad Cambie (1967) Gilbert Edward Archey (1968) Douglas Saxon Coombs (1969) Brian Garner Wybourne (1970) Ira James Cunningham (1971) Ted Bollard (1972) Michael Philip Hartshorn (1973) Herbert Dudley Purves (1974) Robert Cecil Hayes (1975) John Newton Dodd (1976) Campbell Stuart Wemyss Reid (1977) Richard Ellis Ford Matthews (1978) Leon Francis Phillips (1979) Graham Liggins (1980) Trevor Hatherton (1981) Roy Kerr
Roy Kerr
(1982) Raymond Robert Forster (1983) Roderick Leon Bieleski
Roderick Leon Bieleski
(1984) Peter Bernard David de la Mare (1985) Robin Wayne Carrell (1986) Albert James Ellis (1987) Daniel Frank Walls (1988) Patricia Bergquist (1989) Peter Wardle (1990) Warren R. Roper (1991) Roger Curtis Green
Roger Curtis Green
(1992) Dick Walcott (1993) Geoffrey Ernest Stedman (1994) Robert Dudley Jolly (1995) John C. Butcher
John C. Butcher
(1996) Edward Neill Baker (1997) Paul Callaghan, Jeffery Lewis Tallon (1998) George Arthur Frederick Seber (1999) Peter Schwerdtfeger (2001) Kenneth John Dallas MacKenzie (2003) Ian H. Witten
Ian H. Witten
(2005) Richard Furneaux (2006) Timothy George Haskell (2007) Gaven Martin (2008) Peter Steel (2009) Grant Williams (2010) Rod Downey
Rod Downey
(2011) Margaret Brimble
Margaret Brimble
(2012) Richard Blaikie (2013) Marston Conder (2014) Ian Brown (2015) Stéphane Coen (2016) Sa

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George Vernon Hudson (20 April 1867 – 5 April 1946) was a British-born New Zealand award-winning entomologist and astronomer. He won the Hector Memorial Medal.

Contents

1 Biography 2 Personal life 3 Works 4 References 5 External links

Biography[edit] Born in London, England, on Easter Saturday, 1867 Hudson was the sixth child of Emily Jane Carnal and Charles Hudson, an artist and stained-glass window designer. By the age of 14 he had built up a collection of British insects, and had published a paper in The Entomologist. In 1881 Hudson moved with his father to Nelson, New Zealand. He worked on a farm, and in 1883, aged 16, he began working at the post office in Wellington, where he eventually became chief clerk, retiring in 1918.[1] Hudson was a member of the 1907 Sub-Antarctic Islands Scientific Expedition. The main aim of the expedition was to extend the magnetic survey of New Zealand by investigating the Auckland and Campbell islands but botanical, biological and zoological surveys were also conducted. The voyage also resulted in rescue of the castaways of the shipwreck the Dundonald in the Auckland Islands. Hudson is credited with proposing modern-day daylight saving time.[2] His shift-work job gave him leisure time to collect insects, and led him to value after-hours daylight.[3] In 1895, he presented a paper to the Wellington
Wellington
Philosophical Society proposing a two-hour daylight-saving shift,[4] and after considerable interest was expressed in Christchurch, he followed up in an 1898 paper.[5] In 1933, Hudson was the first recipient (together with Ernest Rutherford) of the T. K. Sidey Medal, set up by the Royal Society of New Zealand from funds collected to commemorate the passing of the Summer-Time Act 1927.[6][7] Another Briton, William Willett
William Willett
championed the use of daylight saving time. It was made law there in 1916. Hudson's collection of insects, the largest in New Zealand, is housed in the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. Personal life[edit] Hudson's wife, Florence, died in 1935. They left one daughter. Hudson died on 5 April 1946 at his home "Hillview" in the Wellington
Wellington
suburb of Karori.[3] Works[edit]

An Elementary Manual of New Zealand Entomology. London: West, Newman, & Co. 1892. Retrieved 28 July 2015.  New Zealand Neuroptera : a popular introduction to the life-histories and habits of may-flies, dragon-flies, caddis-flies and allied insects inhabiting New Zealand, including notes on their relation to angling. London: West, Newman & Co. 1904. Retrieved 21 January 2016.  The butterflies and moths of New Zealand. Wellington: Ferguson & Osborn Ltd. 1928. Retrieved 10 Oct 2017. 

References[edit]

^ J.T. Salmon. George Vernon Hudson, F.R.S.N.Z. (1867–1946). Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 1946;76(2):264–6. ^ Satran, Joe (2012-03-09). "The Man Who Invented Daylight Savings Time". The Huffington Post. AOL Inc. Retrieved 2017-01-17.  ^ a b Gibbs, George. "Hudson, George Vernon". Dictionary of New Zealand Biography. Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Retrieved 11 March 2012.  ^ G. V. Hudson. On seasonal time-adjustment in countries south of lat. 30°. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute. 1895;28:734. ^ G. V. Hudson. On seasonal time. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute. 1898;31:577–588. ^ "Background of the Medal". Royal Society of New Zealand. Retrieved 7 August 2015.  ^ "Recipients". Royal Society of New Zealand. Retrieved 7 August 2015. 

External links[edit]

Wikispecies
Wikispecies
has information related to George Vernon Hudson

Wikimedia Commons has media related to George Hudson (entomologist).

G V Hudson collection at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewaو Record of George Vernon Hudson in Collections Online, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Works by George Vernon Hudson at Project Gutenberg Works by or about George Hudson at Internet Archive

Authority control

WorldCat Identities VIAF: 197940258 LCCN: n88075296 SELIBR: 61997 SUDOC: 097488097

v t e

Recipients of the Hector Memorial Medal

Leonard Cockayne
Leonard Cockayne
(1912) Thomas Hill Easterfield
Thomas Hill Easterfield
(1913) Elsdon Best
Elsdon Best
(1914) Patrick Marshall
Patrick Marshall
(1915) Ernest Rutherford
Ernest Rutherford
(1916) Charles Chilton (1917) Thomas Frederic Cheeseman
Thomas Frederic Cheeseman
(1918) Philip Robertson (1919) Percy Smith (1920) Robert Speight
Robert Speight
(1921) Coleridge Farr
Coleridge Farr
(1922) George Hudson (1923) Donald Petrie (1924) Bernard Aston
Bernard Aston
(1925) Henry Devenish Skinner (1926) Charles Cotton (1927) Duncan Sommerville
Duncan Sommerville
(1928) G. M. Thomson (1929) John Ernest Holloway (1930) William Percival Evans (1931) Te Rangi Hiroa (Peter H. Buck) (1932) John Marwick, William Noel Benson (1933) Charles Ernest Weatherburn (1934) William Benham (1935) Walter Oliver (1936) John Reader Hosking (1937) Herbert Williams (1938) John Arthur Bartrum (1939) Donald Bannerman Macleod (1940) Harold John Finlay (1941) Harry Allan (1942) Lindsay Heathcote Briggs (1943) Johannes Carl Andersen (1944) John Henderson (1945) Henry Forder (1946) Arthur William Baden Powell (1947) G. H. Cunningham (1948) Robert Anthony Robinson (1949) Ernest Beaglehole (1950) Francis John Turner (1951) Keith Edward Bullen (1952) Lancelot Eric Richdale (1953) Lucy Cranwell
Lucy Cranwell
(1954) Francis Brian Shorland (1955) Roger Duff (1956) Harold Wellman (1957) Alister George McLellan (1958) Barry Fell (1959) Edward Edinborough Chamberlain (1960) Harry Bloom (1961) Ralph Piddington (1962) Charles Alexander Fleming (1963) Derek Frank Lawden (1964) Richard Dell (1965) John Thorpe Holloway (1966) Richard Conrad Cambie (1967) Gilbert Edward Archey (1968) Douglas Saxon Coombs (1969) Brian Garner Wybourne (1970) Ira James Cunningham (1971) Ted Bollard (1972) Michael Philip Hartshorn (1973) Herbert Dudley Purves (1974) Robert Cecil Hayes (1975) John Newton Dodd (1976) Campbell Stuart Wemyss Reid (1977) Richard Ellis Ford Matthews (1978) Leon Francis Phillips (1979) Graham Liggins (1980) Trevor Hatherton (1981) Roy Kerr
Roy Kerr
(1982) Raymond Robert Forster (1983) Roderick Leon Bieleski
Roderick Leon Bieleski
(1984) Peter Bernard David de la Mare (1985) Robin Wayne Carrell (1986) Albert James Ellis (1987) Daniel Frank Walls (1988) Patricia Bergquist (1989) Peter Wardle (1990) Warren R. Roper (1991) Roger Curtis Green
Roger Curtis Green
(1992) Dick Walcott (1993) Geoffrey Ernest Stedman (1994) Robert Dudley Jolly (1995) John C. Butcher
John C. Butcher
(1996) Edward Neill Baker (1997) Paul Callaghan, Jeffery Lewis Tallon (1998) George Arthur Frederick Seber (1999) Peter Schwerdtfeger (2001) Kenneth John Dallas MacKenzie (2003) Ian H. Witten
Ian H. Witten
(2005) Richard Furneaux (2006) Timothy George Haskell (2007) Gaven Martin (2008) Peter Steel (2009) Grant Williams (2010) Rod Downey
Rod Downey
(2011) Margaret Brimble
Margaret Brimble
(2012) Richard Blaikie (2013) Marston Conder (2014) Ian Brown (2015) Stéphane Coen (2016) Sa

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George Vernon Hudson (20 April 1867 – 5 April 1946) was a British-born New Zealand award-winning entomologist and astronomer. He won the Hector Memorial Medal.

Contents

1 Biography 2 Personal life 3 Works 4 References 5 External links

Biography[edit] Born in London, England, on Easter Saturday, 1867 Hudson was the sixth child of Emily Jane Carnal and Charles Hudson, an artist and stained-glass window designer. By the age of 14 he had built up a collection of British insects, and had published a paper in The Entomologist. In 1881 Hudson moved with his father to Nelson, New Zealand. He worked on a farm, and in 1883, aged 16, he began working at the post office in Wellington, where he eventually became chief clerk, retiring in 1918.[1] Hudson was a member of the 1907 Sub-Antarctic Islands Scientific Expedition. The main aim of the expedition was to extend the magnetic survey of New Zealand by investigating the Auckland and Campbell islands but botanical, biological and zoological surveys were also conducted. The voyage also resulted in rescue of the castaways of the shipwreck the Dundonald in the Auckland Islands. Hudson is credited with proposing modern-day daylight saving time.[2] His shift-work job gave him leisure time to collect insects, and led him to value after-hours daylight.[3] In 1895, he presented a paper to the Wellington
Wellington
Philosophical Society proposing a two-hour daylight-saving shift,[4] and after considerable interest was expressed in Christchurch, he followed up in an 1898 paper.[5] In 1933, Hudson was the first recipient (together with Ernest Rutherford) of the T. K. Sidey Medal, set up by the Royal Society of New Zealand from funds collected to commemorate the passing of the Summer-Time Act 1927.[6][7] Another Briton, William Willett
William Willett
championed the use of daylight saving time. It was made law there in 1916. Hudson's collection of insects, the largest in New Zealand, is housed in the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. Personal life[edit] Hudson's wife, Florence, died in 1935. They left one daughter. Hudson died on 5 April 1946 at his home "Hillview" in the Wellington
Wellington
suburb of Karori.[3] Works[edit]

An Elementary Manual of New Zealand Entomology. London: West, Newman, & Co. 1892. Retrieved 28 July 2015.  New Zealand Neuroptera : a popular introduction to the life-histories and habits of may-flies, dragon-flies, caddis-flies and allied insects inhabiting New Zealand, including notes on their relation to angling. London: West, Newman & Co. 1904. Retrieved 21 January 2016.  The butterflies and moths of New Zealand. Wellington: Ferguson & Osborn Ltd. 1928. Retrieved 10 Oct 2017. 

References[edit]

^ J.T. Salmon. George Vernon Hudson, F.R.S.N.Z. (1867–1946). Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 1946;76(2):264–6. ^ Satran, Joe (2012-03-09). "The Man Who Invented Daylight Savings Time". The Huffington Post. AOL Inc. Retrieved 2017-01-17.  ^ a b Gibbs, George. "Hudson, George Vernon". Dictionary of New Zealand Biography. Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Retrieved 11 March 2012.  ^ G. V. Hudson. On seasonal time-adjustment in countries south of lat. 30°. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute. 1895;28:734. ^ G. V. Hudson. On seasonal time. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute. 1898;31:577–588. ^ "Background of the Medal". Royal Society of New Zealand. Retrieved 7 August 2015.  ^ "Recipients". Royal Society of New Zealand. Retrieved 7 August 2015. 

External links[edit]

Wikispecies
Wikispecies
has information related to George Vernon Hudson

Wikimedia Commons has media related to George Hudson (entomologist).

G V Hudson collection at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewaو Record of George Vernon Hudson in Collections Online, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Works by George Vernon Hudson at Project Gutenberg Works by or about George Hudson at Internet Archive

Authority control

WorldCat Identities VIAF: 197940258 LCCN: n88075296 SELIBR: 61997 SUDOC: 097488097

v t e

Recipients of the Hector Memorial Medal

Leonard Cockayne
Leonard Cockayne
(1912) Thomas Hill Easterfield
Thomas Hill Easterfield
(1913) Elsdon Best
Elsdon Best
(1914) Patrick Marshall
Patrick Marshall
(1915) Ernest Rutherford
Ernest Rutherford
(1916) Charles Chilton (1917) Thomas Frederic Cheeseman
Thomas Frederic Cheeseman
(1918) Philip Robertson (1919) Percy Smith (1920) Robert Speight
Robert Speight
(1921) Coleridge Farr
Coleridge Farr
(1922) George Hudson (1923) Donald Petrie (1924) Bernard Aston
Bernard Aston
(1925) Henry Devenish Skinner (1926) Charles Cotton (1927) Duncan Sommerville
Duncan Sommerville
(1928) G. M. Thomson (1929) John Ernest Holloway (1930) William Percival Evans (1931) Te Rangi Hiroa (Peter H. Buck) (1932) John Marwick, William Noel Benson (1933) Charles Ernest Weatherburn (1934) William Benham (1935) Walter Oliver (1936) John Reader Hosking (1937) Herbert Williams (1938) John Arthur Bartrum (1939) Donald Bannerman Macleod (1940) Harold John Finlay (1941) Harry Allan (1942) Lindsay Heathcote Briggs (1943) Johannes Carl Andersen (1944) John Henderson (1945) Henry Forder (1946) Arthur William Baden Powell (1947) G. H. Cunningham (1948) Robert Anthony Robinson (1949) Ernest Beaglehole (1950) Francis John Turner (1951) Keith Edward Bullen (1952) Lancelot Eric Richdale (1953) Lucy Cranwell
Lucy Cranwell
(1954) Francis Brian Shorland (1955) Roger Duff (1956) Harold Wellman (1957) Alister George McLellan (1958) Barry Fell (1959) Edward Edinborough Chamberlain (1960) Harry Bloom (1961) Ralph Piddington (1962) Charles Alexander Fleming (1963) Derek Frank Lawden (1964) Richard Dell (1965) John Thorpe Holloway (1966) Richard Conrad Cambie (1967) Gilbert Edward Archey (1968) Douglas Saxon Coombs (1969) Brian Garner Wybourne (1970) Ira James Cunningham (1971) Ted Bollard (1972) Michael Philip Hartshorn (1973) Herbert Dudley Purves (1974) Robert Cecil Hayes (1975) John Newton Dodd (1976) Campbell Stuart Wemyss Reid (1977) Richard Ellis Ford Matthews (1978) Leon Francis Phillips (1979) Graham Liggins (1980) Trevor Hatherton (1981) Roy Kerr
Roy Kerr
(1982) Raymond Robert Forster (1983) Roderick Leon Bieleski
Roderick Leon Bieleski
(1984) Peter Bernard David de la Mare (1985) Robin Wayne Carrell (1986) Albert James Ellis (1987) Daniel Frank Walls (1988) Patricia Bergquist (1989) Peter Wardle (1990) Warren R. Roper (1991) Roger Curtis Green
Roger Curtis Green
(1992) Dick Walcott (1993) Geoffrey Ernest Stedman (1994) Robert Dudley Jolly (1995) John C. Butcher
John C. Butcher
(1996) Edward Neill Baker (1997) Paul Callaghan, Jeffery Lewis Tallon (1998) George Arthur Frederick Seber (1999) Peter Schwerdtfeger (2001) Kenneth John Dallas MacKenzie (2003) Ian H. Witten
Ian H. Witten
(2005) Richard Furneaux (2006) Timothy George Haskell (2007) Gaven Martin (2008) Peter Steel (2009) Grant Williams (2010) Rod Downey
Rod Downey
(2011) Margaret Brimble
Margaret Brimble
(2012) Richard Blaikie (2013) Marston Conder (2014) Ian Brown (2015) Stéphane Coen (2016) Sa

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