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Authorised form of nameGodwin; Sir; Harry (1901 - 1985)
SurnameGodwin
ForenamesHarry
Dates1901 - 1985
Dates and placesBirth:
09 May 1901
Death:
12 August 1985
ActivityHonours:
Kt 1970
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
22/03/1945
Lectures:
Croonian 1960
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1988 vol 34 pp 259-292, plate, by R G West
Royal Society codeNA1996
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1945/06Godwin, Sir Harry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
GLB/19/1/115Harry Godwin, Botany School, Cambridge to Brown17 March 1960
IM/GA/WS/2901Godwin, Sir Harrynd
RR/65/103Referee's report by Percy George Hamnall Boswell, on a paper 'Studies of the post-glacial history of British vegetation I. Origin and stratigraphy of Fenland deposits near Wooldwalton, Hunts II. Origin and stratigraphy of deposits in southern Fenland' by Harry Godwin and M H Clifford30 April 1938
RR/65/102Referee's report by Edward James Salisbury, on a paper 'Studies of the post-glacial history of British vegetation I. Origin and stratigraphy of Fenland deposits near Wooldwalton, Hunts II. Origin and stratigraphy of deposits in southern Fenland' by Harry Godwin and M H CliffordMay 1938
RR/67/192Referee's report by Edward James Salisbury, on a paper 'Studies of the post-glacial history of British vegetation - III. Fenland polen diagrams - IV. Post-glacial changes of relative land- and sea-level in the English Fenland' by Harry GodwinAugust 1939
RR/67/191Referee's report by Percy George Hamnall Boswell, on a paper 'Studies of the post-glacial history of British vegetation - III. Fenland polen diagrams - IV. Post-glacial changes of relative land- and sea-level in the English Fenland' by Harry Godwin18 August 1939
RR/72/70Referee's report by Felix Eugen Fritsch, on a paper 'Studies in the post-glacial history of British vegetation. XI. Late-glacial deposits in Cornwall' by Ann P Conolly, Harry Godwin, Eleanor M Megaw and R Ross1949
RR/72/69Referee's report by Owen Thomas Jones, on a paper 'Studies in the post-glacial history of British vegetation. XI. Late-glacial deposits in Cornwall' by Ann P Conolly, Harry Godwin, Eleanor M Megaw and R Ross1949
RR/70/65Referee's report by Percy George Hamnall Boswell, on a paper Studies in the 'Post-glacial history of British vegetation. VIII Swamping surfaces in peats of the Somerset Levels IX. Prehistoric trackways in the Somerset Levels' by Arthur Roy Clapham and Harry Godwin30 August 1947
RR/70/64Referee's report by Owen Thomas Jones, on a paper Studies in the 'Post-glacial history of British vegetation. VIII Swamping surfaces in peats of the Somerset Levels IX. Prehistoric trackways in the Somerset Levels' by Arthur Roy Clapham and Harry Godwin1947
RR/72/71Referee's report by William Bernard Robinson, on a paper 'Studies in the post-glacial history of British vegetation. XI. Late-glacial deposits in Cornwall' by Ann P Conolly, Harry Godwin, Eleanor M Megaw and R Ross1949
EC/1945/05Godwin, Sir Harry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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