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Reference numberEC/1878/09
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TitleGreenwell, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationWas Fellow of University College, Durham and Principal of Neville Hall, Newcastle on Tyne (Univ of Durham) President of Tyneside Naturalists' Field Club, 1862-3. President of Archaeological and Architectural Society of Durham and Northumberland 1865-1877 -
Is Author of "Grimes Graves" Journal of Ethnological Society Vol ii NS, 1870
"Ancient Grave Hills" Journal of Archaeological Institute, vol xxii 1866
"An Ancient British Burial at Ilderton, Northumberland" in conjunction with Dr Embleton published in Natural History Transactions of Durham and Northumberland, 1866.
Two Papers of "Notes of the opening of Ancient British Tumuli in North Northumberland" published in vols iv and v of Transactions of Berwickshire Naturalists' Field Club 1862-1865
"Boldon Buke" 1852 "Hatfield's Survey" 1857 and "Feodarium Dunelmense" 1872 printed from the original Documents.
"British Barrows" a detailed account of the examination of 230 Prae Roman Grave-mounds about to be published by the Clarendon Press (above 500 pages). "Wills and Inventories" from the Registry at Durham" 1860.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. T Rupert Jones; Prescott Hewett.
From Personal Knowledge. George Rolleston; John Lubbock; Josh Prestwich; John Evans; Edward B Tylor; I Lowthian Bell; W G Armstrong; Jas Fergusson; A Lane Fox; Augustus W Franks; W S W Vaux; Clements R Markham; Daniel Oliver; R S Newall
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Greenwell, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

Greenwell, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6476Greenwell; William (1820 - 1918)1820 - 1918
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