The Huxley family is a British family of which several members have excelled in scientific, medical, artistic, and literary fields. The family also includes members who occupied senior public positions in the service of the United Kingdom.
The patriarch of the family was the zoologist and comparative anatomist Thomas Henry Huxley (referred to here as THH). THH's grandsons include Aldous Huxley, author of Brave New World and Doors of Perception, his brother Julian Huxley, evolutionist and first director of UNESCO, and Nobel laureate physiologist Andrew Huxley.
Read more about Huxley Family: Family Tree, Thomas Henry Huxley, Leonard Huxley and Issue, Jessica Oriana Huxley (1858–1927) and Issue, Rachel Huxley (1862–1934) and Issue, Henry Huxley (1865–1946) and Issue, Mental Problems in The Family, Huxley Family Foundation
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