See also:English geologist and palaeontologist, was
See also:born at Homerton,
See also:London, on the 19th of
See also:February 1810 . He was brought up to the business of a pharmaceutical chemist . Early in
See also:life he published observations on the
See also:Tertiary and
See also:Post-Tertiary deposits in the
See also:Thames valley, and on fossil
See also:plants and various invertebrata, in the
See also:Magazine of Natural
See also:History, the
See also:Annals of Nat . Hist. and other
See also:journals . In 1845 he issued his
See also:Catalogue of
See also:British Fossils (2nd ed., 1854), a
See also:work of essential service to geology . He was also author (with
See also:John Lycett) of A Monograph of the
See also:Mollusca from the
See also:Great Oolite (Palaeontographical
See also:Soc., 1850-1853) . In 1855 he became
See also:professor of Geology in University
See also:College, London, a post which he held until 1877 . In 1868–187o and 1877–1878 he was
See also:president of the Geologists' Association . He was awarded the
See also:Lyell medal by the
See also:Geological Society in 1876, and was made Hon . M.A. of Cambridge in 1878 in
See also:acknowledgment of his services as
See also:deputy Woodwardian professor during the final illness of Sedgwick . He died in London on the 7th of
See also:January 1886 .
GOUVERNEUR MORRIS (1752–1816)
RICHARD MORRIS (1833–1894)
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