Charles Edward Fox-Strangways F.G.S.
|1844||Born February 13th at Reive near Exeter. Son of Rev. Henry Fox-Strangways. Educated at Eton and University of Gottingen.|
|1867||Appointed Assistant Geologist of the Geological Survey.|
|1867||Fieldwork in West Yorkshire near Todmorden, and near Ingleton. Yorkshire Coalfield – Harrogate – across Vale of York to East Yorkshire. (For memoirs see Geological Magazine 1910, p. 237).|
|1889||Transferred to Midland Counties. Lived in Leicester till retirement. Memoir on Leicestershire Coalfield.|
|1892||General memoir on Jurassic rocks of Yorkshire.|
|1901||Promoted to District Geologist.|
|Had important share in compiling “Bibliography of Yorkshire Geology”. Published by the Yorkshire Geological Society 1915.|
|1910||Died March 5th.|
Biographies and obituaries
Obituary - Charles Edward Fox-Strangways, F.G.S. Born 13th February 1844, died 5th March 1910. Geologists Magazine. New Series. v. 7 p.235-238. 1910
Lamplugh, G.W. Obituary - Charles Fox-Strangways, F.G.S. (1844-1910). Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society. v. 17 p.156-158. 1910
Watts, W.W. Obituary - Charles Edward Fox-Strangways. [In Anniversary Address.]. Proceedings of the Geological Society in Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society. v. 67 p.lv-lvi. 1911
Geology of Yorkshire, Kendall and Wroot. p. 307.
Charles Edward Fox-Strangways (1844 - 1910) — Wikitree entry
List of Memoirs and papers: Geological Magazine (1910) p. 237-8.