William Talbot Aveline
|1840||Appointed, Assistant Geologist under De la Beche.|
|Worked for a short time in Somerset on the Mendip Hills, then transferred to South Wales and surveyed parts of Pembroke.|
|Worked through other countries into North Wales, across borders to parts of West of England and into Midlands as far as Nottingham.|
|1867||Appointed District Surveyor in charge of mapping of Lake District. Lived at Kendal till retirement.|
|1903||Died May 12th. [Copy of newspaper death notice with manuscript.]|
Biographies and obituaries
Geikie, A. Obituary - William Talbot Aveline. [In Anniversary Address.]. Proceedings of the Geological Society in Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society. v. 60 p.lxvi-lxviii. 1904
Obituary - William Talbot Aveline, F.G.S. (1822-12.5.1903). Geologists Magazine. New Series. v. 10 p.285-286. 1903
Newspaper death notice attached to ms.
GSM/DC/A/C/25/27-28 W T Aveline: Letters on his retirement.
GSM/DC/A/C/31/130 W T Aveline: Letters on his retirement
GSM/DR/Ra/A/2 Correspondence of A.Ramsey in various matters. Includes letters to Aveline (396), W.H.Baily, H.T...
GSM/GL/Av William Talbot Aveline Aveline was an early Survey geologist, joining in 1840. He worked briefly in the Mendip Hills and...
GSM/GL/Av/4 Three pages of pencil notes and colour sketches of geology around Builth by an early surveyor (W...
GSM/GL/Av/5 Letters and papers re Aveline's retirement.
GSM/GL/Bw/29/176 W T Aveline: Letters on annual reports.