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Authorised form of nameHull; Edward (1829 - 1917)
Dates1829 - 1917
NationalityBritish
Place of birthAntrim, County Antrim, Ulster, Ireland
Date of birth21 May 1829
Date of death18/10/1917
OccupationGeologist
ActivityEducation:
Trinity College, Dublin. BA
Career:
Geological Survey of Ireland; worked in Wales and Lancashire; Geological Survey of Scotland (1867-1868); led expedition to survey parts of Arabia Petraea and Palestine (1883); Director, Irish branch of the Survey; retired (1891)
Memberships:
FGS (1855)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election06/06/1867
RelationshipsEldest son of Rev J D Hull, Curate
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc Series B 1917-1919 vol 90 pp xxviii-xxxi, plate, signed by H W
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/67245847
Royal Society codeNA6845
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MC/11/23Letter from Edward Hull, Geological Survey of Ireland, Office, 14 Hume Street, Dublin, to Walter White, [Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]1 March 1877
IM/002299Hull, Edward2001
IM/Maull/002300Hull, Edwardnd
NLB/7/30Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Edward Hull, Fellow of the Royal Society14 November 1892
NLB/3/186Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Edward Hull, Fellow of the Royal Society5 April 1889
NLB/3/408Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Arthur Schuster, Fellow of the Royal Society3 June 1889
NLB/5/206Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Messrs Harrisons & Sons13 April 1891
RR/10/278Referee's report by Arthur Schuster, on a paper 'On a possible geological origin of terrestrial magnetism' by Edward Hullnd [1889]
NLB/6/354Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Edward Hull, Fellow of the Royal Society28 April 1892
NLB/7/800Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Edward Hull, Fellow of the Royal Society[April 1893]
AP/66/12/3Unpublished map, 'Map showing basaltic localities' by Edward Hull1889
NLB/15/691Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Edward Hull, Fellow of the Royal Society, 20 Arundel Gardens, W. 17 November 1897
NLB/16/625Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Hull, Fellow of the Royal Society9 May 1898
NLB/25/766Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Edward Hull, Fellow of the Royal Society22 December 1902
NLB/36/293Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Edward Hull, Stanley Gardens, Notting Hill8 October 1907
NLB/39/472Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Professor E [Edward] Hull, Fellow of the Royal Society25 January 1909
NLB/39/395Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Professor E [Edward] Hull, Fellow of the Royal Society15 January 1909
NLB/40/83Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Professor E [Edward] Hull FRS5 April 1909
NLB/40/404Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Professor E [Edward] Hull FRS 3 June 1909
NLB/50/684Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor [Edward] Hull, Fellow of the Royal Society12 October 1914
NLB/50/649Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr Edward Hull, Fellow of the Royal Society1 October 1914
NLB/50/660Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Edward Hull, Fellow of the Royal Society6 October 1914
NLB/51/583Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society to Professor Edward Hull FRS30 April 1915
NLB/54/861Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to [Messrs Harrison & Sons]22 October 1917
NLB/52/693Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor Edward Hull, FRS 15 February 1916
NLB/54/897Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to C. M. Hull Esquire; 14 Stanley Gardens, W.31 October 1917
AP/52/6/3Map, 'Map of England and
Wales showing the distribution of the coalmeasures at the commencement of the Permian period' by Edward Hull and John Betts
1870
AP/59/5/2Unpublished figure, 'Carboniferous beds of [County] Fermanagh [Ireland]' by Edward Hull1877
RR/7/104Referee's report by Andrew Crombie Ramsay, on a paper 'On the extension of the coal-fields beneath the newer formations of England; and the succession of physical changes whereby the coal-measures have been reduced to their present dimensions' by Edward Hull21 January 1871
AP/59/5/3Unpublished figure, 'Carboniferous [levies] of Kilkenny [Ireland]' by Edward Hull1877
AP/59/5/4Unpublished figure, 'Dark chert in upper limestone north of Newmarket, County Cork [Ireland]' by Edward Hull1877
RR/8/39Referee's report by Henry Clifton Sorby, on a paper 'On the nature and origin of the beds of chert in the upper carboniferous limestones of Ireland' by Edward Hull and E T Hardman29 June 1877
AP/66/12/2Unpublished appendix, regarding 'On a possible geological origin of terrestrial magnetism' by Edward Hull29 May 1889
RR/10/277Referee's report by Arthur William Rucker, on a paper 'On a possible geological origin of terrestrial magnetism' by Edward Hull9 May 1889
RR/11/175Referee's report by Archibald Geikie, on a paper 'On the earthquake shocks in the British Isles and France in August 1892' by Edward Hull18 October 1892
AP/52/6/2Map, 'Map of England and Wales showing supposed areas of the coal-measures as originally deposited' by Edward Hull and John Betts1870
AP/66/12/4Unpublished diagram, 'Diagram to illustrate the analogy between the phenomena of terrestrial magnetism and that of an artificial magnet' by Edward Hull1889
RR/8/38Second referee's report by Henry Clifton Sorby, on a paper 'On the nature and origin of the beds of chert in the upper carboniferous limestones of Ireland' by Edward Hull and E T Hardmannd [1877]
AP/69/2Unpublished paper, 'Observations on the earthquake shocks which occurred in the British Isles and France during the month of August 1892' by Edward Hull1892
EC/1867/10Hull, Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society
AP/59/5Unpublished paper, 'On the beds of chert in the Carboniferous limestone of Ireland' by Edward Hull and E [Edward] T Hardman1877
MC/11/114Letter from Edward Hull, Geological Survey of Ireland, Office, 114 Hume-Street, Dublin, to Professor [George Gabriel] Stokes, [Secretary of the Royal Society]5 November 1877
AP/52/6Unpublished paper, 'On the extension of the coal-fields of England beneath the newer formations; and the successive physical changes whereby they have been reduced to their present dimensions' by Edward Hull1870
MC/11Volume 11 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1877-1879
AP/52/6/1Unpublished manuscript, 'On the extension of the coal-fields of England beneath the newer formations; and the successive physical changes whereby they have been reduced to their present dimensions' by Edward Hull1870
AP/52/6/4Map, 'Map of England and Wales showing the distribution of the coal-measures at the commencement of the Triassic period' by Edward Hull and John Betts1870
AP/59/5/1Unpublished manuscript, 'On the beds of chert in the Carboniferous limestone of Ireland' by Edward Hull and E T Hardman1877
AP/66/12/1Unpublished manuscript, 'On a possible geological origin of terrestrial magnetism' by Edward Hull1889
AP/66/12Unpublished paper, 'On a possible geological origin of terrestrial magnetism' by Edward Hull1889
PP/10/37Paper, 'Note on Dr G J Hinde’s paper "On beds of sponge-remains in the lower and upper greensand of the South of England"' by Edward Hull1887
RR/7/105Referee's report by Warington Wilkinson Smyth, on a paper 'On the extension of the coal-fields beneath the newer formations of England; and the succession of physical changes whereby the coal-measures have been reduced to their present dimensions' by Edward Hull15 February 1871
RR/7/106Referee's report by Robert Alfred Cloyne Godwin-Austen, on a paper 'On the extension of the coal-fields beneath the newer formations of England; and the succession of physical changes whereby the coal-measures have been reduced to their present dimensions' by Edward Hull27 February 1871
RR/7/107Letter from Edward Hull, on his paper 'On the extension of the coal-fields beneath the newer formations of England; and the succession of physical changes whereby the coal-measures have been reduced to their present dimensions' to the Secretary of the Royal Society4 March 1871
RR/8/37Referee's report by Peter Martin Duncan, on a paper 'On the nature and origin of the beds of chert in the upper carboniferous limestones of Ireland' by Edward Hull and E T Hardman30 May 1877
RR/19/71Referee's report by Augustus Edward Hough Love, on a paper 'On the effect of continental attraction in determining the levels of the surface of adjoining oceanic-waters' by Edward Hull26 November 1912
MC/15/306Letter from Edward Hull, Constitutional Club, Northumberland Avenue, 20 Arundel Gardens, to the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society5 October 1892
MC/15Volume 15 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1889-1892
NLB/39/239Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Professor E [Edward] Hull, Fellow of the Royal Society14 December 1908
NLB/42/77Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Professor E [Edward] Hull FRS22 March 1910
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