|Statement||compiled by Jacqueline Golden.|
|Contributions||University College, London. Library|
|LC Classifications||Z6611G455 G65 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||46|
George Bellas Greenough FRS FGS (18 January – 2 April ) was a pioneering English is best known as a synthesizer of geology rather than as an original researcher. Trained as a lawyer, he was a talented speaker and his annual addresses as founding president of the Geological Society of London were influential in identifying and guiding contemporary geological mater: Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, University . Name of Creator. George Bellas Greenough () Language of Material. English. Physical Description. 99 boxes. Scope and Content. The papers fall into three broad sections: those connected with his work, those of a more personal nature, and correspondence,. They are hierarchically divided into nine series - published works, societies of which Greenough was president, travels, fields of interest, . Library. A list of papers and correspondence of George Bellas Greenough (), Family and Education. b. 18 Jan. , o.s. of George Bellas, proctor of Doctors’ Commons, by Sarah, da. and h. of Thomas Greenough, surgeon, of Bedford Square, Mdx. educ. Eton ; Pembroke, Camb. ; Göttingen Univ. ; Freiburg Univ. unm. suc. fa. ; mat. gdfa. (d. ) and took additional name of Greenough 3 Jan.
Archives of Natural History (formerly the Journal of the Society for the Bibliography of Natural History) publishes peer-reviewed papers on the history and bibliography of natural history in its broadest sense, and in all periods and all is taken to include botany, general biology, geology, palaeontology and zoology, the lives of naturalists, their publications, correspondence Cited by: 5. One of the most important collections in the Society's archive is the geological map collection of George Bellas Greenough. After nearly years, many are in very poor condition, and are too fragile to be handled. This means they are currently closed to public view. Despite Smith’s growing reputation and expertise in the subject he was not invited to join, probably due to his lower social and economic status. Nevertheless, in a delegation of Members of the Society, including George Bellas Greenough () the first president, paid a visit to Smith to see his fossil collection and maps. Grove House/Nuffield Lodge, papers Description: It is comprised of letters, photographs, prints, printed histories, sales particulars, newspaper cuttings and wallpaper samples relating to the house and a number of its occupants, particularly George Bellas Greenough (), Frank Smedley () and Sigismund Goetze ().
Archives of Natural History () 22 (1): George Bellas Greenough: a By JOHN F. Chichester, Romantic geologist* WYATT Chichester Institute of Higher Education, Bishop Otter College, West Sussex P 4PE. INTRODUCTION hoped it would be a turning point in his life. He was assisted in organising his journey by George Bellas Greenough, who, two years later, was to become the first President. Author: Greenough, George Bellas, () Full Title (Covers to) A Physical and Geological Map of England and Wales By G.B. Greenough Esq. F.R.S. (on the basis of the original Map of William Smith ) Revised and Improved under the Superintendence of a Committee of the Geological Society of London, from the maps of the Geological Survey of Great Britain, and the Maps and. We have dispatched from our book depository; items of good condition to over ten million satisfied customers worldwide. Correspondence on the subject of the geological map of India, compiled by Professor Greenough. Greenough, George Bellas. George Bellas Greenough. Published by Andesite Press. ISBN ISBN Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for George Bellas Greenough (16 Jan –2 Apr ), Find a Grave Memorial no. , citing Kensal Green Cemetery, Kensal Green, London Borough of Brent, Greater London, England ; Maintained by A.J. (contributor ).Burial: Kensal Green Cemetery, Kensal Green, .