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| 1832 || Born October 10th, Maidstone. Sone of Rev. T.S. Green, classical scholar and Master of Ashley-de-la-Zouche Grammar School. Educated at Ashley Grammar School and at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge.
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| 1861 || Born December 3rd at Bristol.
 
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| 1858 || 6th Wrangler. Elected Fellow of his College.
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| 1889 || Joined Survey (8th July).
 
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| 1861 || Appointed Assistant Geologist with the Geological Survey (1867 Geologist). Worked in Midland Counties on Jurassic and Cretaceous, also Carboniferous of Derbyshire and Yorkshire etc.
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| 1895 || Resigned 22nd March.
 
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| 1874 || Retired from Survey. Appointed to Professorship of Geology at Leeds (Yorkshire College). Completed official survey work after appointment.
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| 1920 || Lyell Medal.
 
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| 1876 || Published “Manual of Physical Geology” (3rd edition 1883).
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| 1951 || Died 4th March.
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| 1875 || Professor of Mathematics at Leeds (in addition to Geology). For several years held Lectureship in Geology at School of Military Engineering at Chatham.
 
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| 1886 || Elected F.R.S.
 
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| 1888 || Appointed Professor of Geology at Oxford (successor to Prestwich).
 
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| 1890 || President Geological Section, British Association, Leeds.
 
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|  || Examiner to London University, Science and Art Department (Asst), Durham University, Home and Indian Civil Service.
 
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| 1896 || Died August 19th near Oxford
 
 
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== Biographies and obituaries ==
 
== Biographies and obituaries ==
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Williams, D. Obituary - Edward Greenly (British Geological Survey - Scotland).
  
Hicks, H. Obituary - Professor A.H. Green. [In Anniversary Address.]. Proceedings of the Geological Society in Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society. v. 53 p.lii-liv. 1897
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Proceedings of the Geological Society in Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society. v. 106 p.lxiii-lxv. 1950
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Nature 167 1951 p. 545.
  
Miall, L.C. Obituary - Professor A.H. Green, F.R.S., F.G.S. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society. v. 13 p.232-233.
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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Greenly Edward Greenly] — Wikipedia article
  
Obituary - Alexander Henry Green, M.A., F.R.S., F.G.S. Born 10th October 1832, died 19th August 1896. Geologists Magazine. New Series. v. 3 p.480. 1896
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Clarkson, E. N. K. Greenly, Edward (1861–1951) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography https://doi.org/10.1093/ref:odnb/37485
  
Obituary - Alexander Henry Green, F.R.S. Mineralogical Magazine. v. 11 p.147. 1897
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[http://angleseynature.co.uk/Greenly.html Edward Greenly (1861–1951)]. Anglesey Nature
  
 
== Publications ==
 
== Publications ==
  
Memoir: Banbury (1864)
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[https://envirolib.apps.nerc.ac.uk/olibcgi?infile=authk.glue&style=authk&nh=20&calling_page=hitlist.glu&key=76323 '''61 works listed on the BGS Library catalogue''']
Memoir: Stockport (1866) with E. Hull
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Tadcaster (1879) with Aveline, Dakyns, C. Ward, Russell
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Anglesey Memoir 2 vols. (1919)
Memoir: Dewsbury (1871) with Dakyns, C. Ward, Russell
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Memoir: Barnsley (1878)
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Contributed to Fannich Mountain (1913)
Memoir: Wakefield (1879)
 
Memoir: North Derbyshire (1869) Le Neve Foster and Dakyns
 
Memoir: North Derbyshire 2nd edition (1887) with Strahan
 
Memoir: Yorkshire Coalfield (1878) with Russell, Dakyns
 
Memoir, part of Yorkshire Coalfield *1869) with Dakyns and C. Ward
 
Carboniferous rocks of North of England
 
Sub-aerial denudation
 
Geology of Donegal
 
Geology of Malvern Hills
 
Essays upon Scientific Subjects
 
Birth and Growth of Worlds
 
Manual of Physical Geology
 
  
 
== BGS archives ==
 
== BGS archives ==
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== Museum cat ==
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An anecdote about the Survey cat from Greenly's 'A Hand through time'.
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Morgan, Nina.  [https://www.geolsoc.org.uk/Geoscientist/Archive/November-2010/Cat-flap Cat flap]

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Edward Greenly

Timeline[edit]

Date Details
1861 Born December 3rd at Bristol.
1889 Joined Survey (8th July).
1895 Resigned 22nd March.
1920 Lyell Medal.
1951 Died 4th March.

Biographies and obituaries[edit]

Williams, D. Obituary - Edward Greenly (British Geological Survey - Scotland).

Proceedings of the Geological Society in Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society. v. 106 p.lxiii-lxv. 1950 Nature 167 1951 p. 545.

Edward Greenly — Wikipedia article

Clarkson, E. N. K. Greenly, Edward (1861–1951) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography https://doi.org/10.1093/ref:odnb/37485

Edward Greenly (1861–1951). Anglesey Nature

Publications[edit]

61 works listed on the BGS Library catalogue

Anglesey Memoir 2 vols. (1919)

Contributed to Fannich Mountain (1913)

BGS archives[edit]

Ref No GSM/DR/Ft/A/2
Alt Ref No GSM1/310,311
Title Correspondence on range of issues: letters to Bromehead, C.Davidson, H.Dewey, Fairley, A.Geikie, Goodchild, E.Greenly, J.Horne, F.L.Kitchin, G.W.Lee, M.MacGregor, J.Phemister, J.Rhodes, B.Smith, W.J.Sollas, H.H.Thomas and Teall. Also 76 letters to Flett from 34 correspondents (includes guardbook)
Date 1902 - 1946

Other archives[edit]

List on Archives Hub

Edward Greenly, Bangor papers

Museum cat[edit]

An anecdote about the Survey cat from Greenly's 'A Hand through time'.

Morgan, Nina. Cat flap