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Authorised form of nameMarr; John Edward (1857 - 1933)
SurnameMarr
ForenamesJohn Edward
Dates1857 - 1933
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Poulton le Sands, Morecambe, Lancashire, England (14 June 1857)
Death:
126 Huntingdon Road, Cambridge (01 October 1933)
ActivityEducation:
St John's College, Cambridge. MA, DSc, Hon PhD (1908, Prague)
Career:
Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge; Woodwardian Professor of Geology, University of Cambridge (1917-1933)
Memberships:
FGS
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
4/06/1891
Medals/Prizes:
Royal Medal 1930
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1932-1935 vol l pp 251-257, plate
Royal Society codeNA7143
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MM/16/52Letter from Archibald Geikie, Geological Survey, to [John Edward] Marr21 February 1899
NLB/25/517Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to John Edward Marr, Fellow of the Royal Society 13 November 1902
NLB/54/130Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir [Jethro Justinian Harris] Teall, FRS13 February 1917
NLB/34/210Copy letter from Archibald Geikie, to John Edward Marr, Fellow of the Royal Society12 December 1906
NLB/40/575Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Dr J [John] E [Edward] Marr FRS 29 June 1909
NLB/50/499Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr [John Edward] Marr, Fellow of the Royal Society21 July 1914
NLB/54/164Copy letter from [Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]; to Dr. [John Edward] Marr, FRS2 February 1917
NLB/54/165Copy letter from [Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]; to Mr. [Edwin Tulley] Newton, FRS21 February 1917
RR/18/160Referee's report by John Edward Marr, on a paper 'On the discovery of a novel type flint implements below the base of the Red Crag of Suffolk, proving the existence skilled workers of flint in the Pliocene age' by Ray Lankester11 December 1911
NLB/62/302Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [John Edward] Marr, Chairman of the Geology Committee and FRS19 January 1922
NLB/63/857Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [John Edward] Marr, FRS11January 1923
NLB/63/57Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [John Edward] Marr, FRS20 June 1922
NLB/64/155Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [John Edward] Marr, Chairman of the Geology Committee and FRS13 February 1923
NLB/65/108Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [John Edward] Marr, FRS31 July 1923
NLB/62New Letter Book volume 62, copy letters sent from Royal Society administration11 November 1921-10 June 1922
NLB/63/621Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to [John Edward] Marr Esq, FRS16 November 1922
NLB/66/215Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [John Edward] Marr, FRS18 March 1924
NLB/65/322Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [John Edward] Marr, FRS11 October 1923
NLB/67/469Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [John] Horne, FRS5 January 1925
NLB/68/184Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [John Edward] Marr, FRS26 May 1925
NLB/73/8Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Prof. [William Whitehead] Watts, FRS8 October 1930
EC/1891/14Marr, John Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society
NLB/64New Letter Book volume 64, copy letters sent from Royal Society administration19 January 1923-11 July 1923
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