Sir Charles Bunbury, 8th Baronet
Charles James Fox Bunbury
Charles Bunbury, by Eden Upton Eddis
Sir Charles James Fox Bunbury, 8th Baronet, FRS (4 February 1809 – 18 June 1886) was an English naturalist.
He was born in Messina, the eldest son of Sir Henry Bunbury, 7th Baronet and Louisa Amelia Fox and was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge. He married Frances Joanna Horner, daughter of Leonard Horner, on 31 May 1844 in London. They had no children.
He was a keen botanist and geologist with a particular interest in paleobotany. He collected plant specimens on expeditions to South America in 1833 and South Africa in 1838. He also accompanied his great friend Sir Charles Lyell, the geologist, on an expedition to Madeira. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1851.
He died at Barton Hall, Bury, Suffolk in 1886 and was succeeded in his title by his younger brother Sir Edward Herbert Bunbury, 9th Baronet.
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Henry Edward Bunbury
(of Bunbury, Oxon)
Edward Herbert Bunbury