Authorised form of nameGreen; Alexander Henry (1832 - 1896)
Dates1832 - 1896
Place of birthMaidstone, Kent, England
Date of birth10 October 1832
Date of death19 August 1896
Research fieldGeology
Caius College, Cambridge. BA (1855), MA
Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge; Staff, Geological Survey of England and Wales (1861-1874); Professor of Geology, Yorkshire College of Science, Leeds (1870-1888); wrote 'A Manual of Physical Geology' (1876); Professor of Geology, University of Oxford (1888); died of a paralytic stroke
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election04/06/1886
RelationshipsSon of Rev Thomas Sheldon Green, headmaster of the grammar school of Ashby-de-la-Zouche
Bulloch's Roll
Proc Roy Soc 1897-1898 vol 62 pp v-ix signed by C L
Virtual International Authority File
Royal Society codeNA5597
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/Maull/001760Green, Alexander Henrynd
NLB/13/401Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Messrs Harrison & Sons[10] August 1896
NLB/8/927Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Alexander Henry Green, Fellow of the Royal Society23 January 1894
EC/1886/08Green, Alexander Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/001761Green, Arthur Georgend
RR/10/339Referee's report by Alexander Henry Green, on a paper 'On the British earthquakes of 1889' by Charles Davison[1890]
RR/12/81Referee's report by Alexander Henry Green, on a paper 'On the Leicester earthquake of August 4, 1893' by Charles Davison15 May 1894
MC/16/211Letter from [Alexander Henry] Green, 137 Woodstock Road, Oxford, to [Michael] Foster9 May 1895
MC/16/89Letter from [Alexander Henry] Green,137 Woodstock Road, Oxford, to the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society30 January 1894
MC/16/43Letter from Henry Edward Armstrong, Horace T Brown, James Geikie, A H Green, A C L G Gunther, E Ray Lankester, E B Poulton, G J Romanes, to the Royal Society[May 1893]
MC/16Volume 16 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1893-1896
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