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... and he was elected a member of the Royal Irish Academy early in 1866.His health proved to be permanently impaired, however, and he died prematurely of acute bronchitis on 13 April 1883.Bibliography Anon., ‘Joseph O’Kelly, M.A., M.R.I.A.’, Geological Magazine , vol. 20, no. 6, (1883), p. 288....
...Ormerod, George Wareing George Wareing Ormerod was born in Tyldesley, Lancashire on 12 October 1810, second son of George Ormerod, the author of The History of Cheshire, and brother of Edward Latham Ormerod. The family had had connections...
...William Jory Henwood was born in Perron Wharf, Cornwall on 16 January 1805 and died, unmarried, in Penzance on 5 August 1875. He was from an old Cornish family that had settled at Levalsa in St Ewe, but his grandfather lost a significant...
...Tennant, James James Tennant was born in Upton, near Southwell, Nottinghamshire on 8 February 1808 and died, unmarried, on 23 February 1881. He was the third child in a family of twelve. His father, John Tennant, was an excise officer...
...Wilkinson, Charles Smith Charles Smith Wilkinson was born in Northamptonshire in 1843 and died on 23 August 1891. His father, David Wilkinson, was an engineer who had been associated with George Stephenson in designing the first locomotive....
... and Champignon Illustrated and Distinguished from the Poisonous Fungi that Resemble them (1832). Further Reading Anon., ‘Obituary of James de Carle Sowerby’, Geological Magazine, vol. 87 (1871), p. 478. Cleevely R.J. (ed.), ‘Papers on the Sowerby...
...Woodward, Samuel Pickworth Woodward, Henry Samuel Pickworth Woodward was born in Norwich on 17 September 1821 and died in Herne Bay on 11 July 1865. He was the second son of Samuel Woodward, the geologist and antiquary. Woodward the elder...
...Davies, David Christopher David Christopher Davies was born in Oswestry and died suddenly of heart disease, while returning from a business trip to Norway, on board the steamer Angelo, on 19 September 1885. Davies was orphaned at an early...
...Story-Maskelyne, Mervyn Herbert Nevil Mervyn Herbert Nevil Story-Maskelyne was born at Basset Down House, near Wroughton, Wiltshire on 3 September 1823 and died there on 20 May 1911 after a prolonged illness; he was buried at Purton...
... Anon., ‘Eminent Living Geologists: Wilfred Hudleston Hudleston, J.P., M.A., F.R.S., F.L.S., F.G.S, F.C.S.’, Geological Magazine , vol. 41, no. 9 (1908), pp. 431–8. With portrait. Sollas William J. , ‘ The Anniversary Address...