|←Author Index: Do||Samuel Doody
|English botanist, apothecary and gardener; won renown as an expert on plants, especially mosses, fungi and other non-flowering plants; prepared a work on mosses, though it was never published; a draft is in the Sloane collection of manuscripts at the British Library.|
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Works about DoodyEdit
- The appendix to the second edition of John Ray’s Synopsis methodica Stirpium Brittanicorum (1696) contains a list of plants discovered by Doody.
- "Samuel Doody" in Sinker, Robert (1897) Biographical Notes on the Librarians of Trinity College:38–39
- "Doody, Samuel," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols.