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| 3rd November 1887 ||  Born in Birmingham
 
| 3rd November 1887 ||  Born in Birmingham
 
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|1917 to  1918 || worked for H M Inspector of Steel at the Admiralty Laboratory at Glasgow University
 
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| 1919 || Graduated from Aberystwyth University with a B.Sc.
 
| 1919 || Graduated from Aberystwyth University with a B.Sc.
 
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|1920 || Senior Demonstrator in Geology. Belfast
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| 1932 || PhD at Imperial College
 
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| 1926-1928 ||  Temporarily employed by the Survey on the preparation of a Classified List of the Survey's photographs.
 
| 1926-1928 ||  Temporarily employed by the Survey on the preparation of a Classified List of the Survey's photographs.
 
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| 1929 || Wood fragments discovered around the Lizard by Hendriks named  ''dadoxylon hendriksi'' by William Henry Lang (1874–1960), Professor of Cryptogamic Botany at Manchester University
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| 1930 ||  Hendriks had an unsucessful attempt to become the first female geologist at the Geological Survey when she applied for a permanent position.
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| 1930 ||  Hendriks had an unsuccessful attempt to become the first female geologist at the Geological Survey when she applied for a permanent position.
 
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| 1932 || PhD at Imperial College
 
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| 1933 || Sir John Flett produced a report on the Geology of the Meneage that incorporated Hendriks' findings and revised the 1912 Memoir
 
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| 1949|| Awarded the William Bolitho Medal by the Royal Society of Cornwall
 
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|1965 || Awarded R H Worth prize by the Geological Society of London
 
 
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| 13th October 1978 ||  Died
 
| 13th October 1978 ||  Died
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== Biographies and obituaries ==
 
== Biographies and obituaries ==
 
[http://nora.nerc.ac.uk/id/eprint/9919/1/Women_and_Geology.pdf Women and geology] by Andrew Morrison
 
[http://nora.nerc.ac.uk/id/eprint/9919/1/Women_and_Geology.pdf Women and geology] by Andrew Morrison
 
H[ouse], M R. 1983. Dr. E. M. Lind Hendriks (1888 [sic] ̶-1978). List of Fellows and Members, January 1983. Geological Society of London, 251. [Obituary]
 
  
 
John D. Mather and Jennifer A. Bennett [https://sp.lyellcollection.org/content/early/2020/06/21/SP506-2019-194 Eileen Mary Lind Hendriks (1887–1978)], whose meticulous research resolved the Paleozoic stratigraphy and structure of SW England John D. Mather and Jennifer A. Bennett , https://doi.org/10.1144/SP506-2019-194  
 
John D. Mather and Jennifer A. Bennett [https://sp.lyellcollection.org/content/early/2020/06/21/SP506-2019-194 Eileen Mary Lind Hendriks (1887–1978)], whose meticulous research resolved the Paleozoic stratigraphy and structure of SW England John D. Mather and Jennifer A. Bennett , https://doi.org/10.1144/SP506-2019-194  
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Hendriks, E.M.L. ; Geological Survey of Great Britain (1928). Classified geological photographs : from the collection of the Geological Survey of Great Britain. (Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Great Britain). London : His Majesty's Stationery Office.
 
Hendriks, E.M.L. ; Geological Survey of Great Britain (1928). Classified geological photographs : from the collection of the Geological Survey of Great Britain. (Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Great Britain). London : His Majesty's Stationery Office.
 
Lang, W. H. (1929). On the Fossil Wood ''(Dadoxylon hendriksi,'' n.sp.) and other Plant-remains from the Clay-Slates of South Cornwall. Annals of Botany, 43; pp 663-682.
 
  
  

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