Authorised form of nameBall; Valentine (1843 - 1895)
Dates1843 - 1895
Place of birth3 Granby Row, Dublin
Date of birth14 July 1843
Place of deathHis house, 28 Waterloo Road, Dublin
Date of death15 June 1895
Research fieldGeology
Trinity College, Dublin. MA
Staff, Geological Survey of India; Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, University of Dublin; Director, Science and Art Museum, Dublin
CB 1891
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election08/06/1882
RelationshipsSon of Dr Robert Ball; younger brother of Sir Robert Stawell Ball (FRS 1873)
Bulloch's Roll
Proc Roy Soc 1895 vol 58 pp xlvii-xlix signed by R S B
Virtual International Authority File
Royal Society codeNA6404
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MC/12Volume 12 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1880-1883
NLB/3/396Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Valentine Ball, Fellow of the Royal Society30 May 1889
NLB/3/437Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Valentine Ball, Science and Art Museum, Kildare Street, Dublin8 June 1889
NLB/10/890Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Dr Valentine Ball, Fellow of the Royal Society26 February 1895
NLB/8/595Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Valentine Ball, Fellow of the Royal Society21 November 1893
NLB/11/390Copy letter from an unknown correspondent, to Messrs Harrison &Sons20 June 1895
NLB/11/446Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Sir Robert Stawell Ball, Fellow of the Royal Society3 July 1895
RR/12/277Referee's report by Valentine Ball, on a paper 'The rubies of Burma and associated minerals: their mode of occurrence, origin, and metamorphoses. A contribution to the history of corundum' by C Barrington Brown and John Wesley Juddnd [1895]
EC/1882/05Ball, Valentine: certificate of election to the Royal Society
MC/12/258Letter from V [Valentine] Ball, Geological Museum, Trinity College, Dublin, to the Royal Society16 June 1882
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