Journal of The Northamptonshire Natural history Society and Field Club.VOL.III

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Publication history Currently known as: Journal of Natural History ( - current) Formerly known as. Annals and Magazine of Natural History: Series 13 ( - ) Annals and Magazine of Natural History: Series 12 ( - ) Annals and Magazine of Natural History: Series 11 ( - ) Annals and Magazine of Natural History: Series 10 ( - ).

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18, no (). The Society’s main publication is Archives of Natural History, published twice a year and distributed free to members. All volumes published from onwards are available online.

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Archives of Natural History. Produced twice a year, Archives of natural history is published for the Society for History of Natural History by Edinburgh University Press and contains refereed, illustrated papers, short notes, book reviews and indices. Published bi-annually in April and October, the issues are 47 (1) April & 47 (2) October   Jack Rodney Laundon (–), English botanist and lichenologist.

IPNI standard form: n Born Kettering, Northamptonshire (). Natural History Museum in London (). British Lichen Society () - Founder member (), Editor of the British Lichen Society Bulletin (), Honorary Secretary (), President (), Honorary.

The natural history of Northamptonshire with some account of the antiquities. To which is annex'd a transcript of Doomsday-book so far as it relates to that county.

This edition published in by R. Knaplock and R. Wilkin in London. This appeared in parts in the Journal of the Northamptonshire Natural History Society, The original diaries from which this was prepared are now with the Kettering & District Natural History Society (KDNHS). Bournemouth Natural Science Society Joint meeting with the Quekett Microscopical Club Saturday 25th July NOT FINISHED – More words and photos to be added.

This meeting was scheduled to be held in Bournemouth in the Lecture Hall of the Victorian building that houses the Bournemouth Natural Science Society, but was instead held online.

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Archives of Natural History is the journal of the Society for the History of Natural History, providing an avenue for the publication of research on the history and bibliography of natural history in its broadest hed sincearticles have covered topics such as botany, general biology, geology, palaeontology and zoology, the lives and work of naturalists and the institutions.

Historically, the region roughly corresponds to the ‘Five Boroughs‘ of the Danelaw, and prior to that was a centre for the Romans, with Lincoln at the junction of the Fosse Way and Ermine Street. Derbyshire Archaeological Society. The society was formed in as an archaeological and natural history society.

From Helpston in rural Northamptonshire, John Clare was born in He is now regarded as the most important poet of the natural world from Britain. He wrote many poems, prose and letters about love, sex, corruption and politics, environmental and social change, poverty and folk life.

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"The bulk of the following notes has already been published at irregular intervals in the 'Journal of the Northamptonshire Natural History Society' from its commencement in up to the end of "--Preface. Includes index. Description: 2 volumes: illustrations, map ; 27 cm: Responsibility: Lord Lilford ; illustrated by A.

Thorburn and G.E. He was also one of the founder members of the Northamptonshire Natural History Society and Field Club. 2) Professor A. Smith's book is 'The Moss Flora of Great Britain and Northern Ireland' and is the standard work on British Mosses. Cambridge University Press, Northamptonshire Family History Society publications can be purchased online at Parish Chest or Genfair.

New booklets – Northampton All Saints – a List of Inhabitants and street address. Northampton – a List of Heads of Households and Occupations. Northampton, the Great Election – a List of Electors with Street Maps.

Excavation work carried out between and revealed a pottery kiln and slag and pottery, thought to be pre-Roman in origin (Journal of the Northamptonshire Natural History Society and Field Club, 26, ).

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Crick WD, Sherborn CD. () On some Liassic Foraminifera from Northamptonshire. Journal of the Northamptonshire Natural History Society 6: – Crick WD, Sherborn CD. () On some Liassic Foraminifera from Northamptonshire Part II – The Leda-Ovum Beds of the Upper. He was also a liberal supporter and first president of the Northamptonshire Natural History Society, founded inand a prominent member of the 'Old Hawking Club.' His aviaries at Lilford were the envy of field ornithologists, and especially noted for the collection of birds of prey.

George Claridge Druce, MA, LLD, JP, FRS, FLS (23 May – 29 February ) was an English botanist and a Mayor of Oxford. Claridge Druce was born at Potterspury on Watling Street in Northamptonshire. He was the illegitimate son of Jane Druce, born in Buckinghamshire.

He went to school in the village of Yardley 16, he was apprenticed to P. Jeyes & Co., a. Journal / Magazine / Newspaper: All Authors / Contributors: Northamptonshire Federation of Archaeological Societies.; Northamptonshire Archaeological Society.

ISSN: OCLC Number: Description: no. illustrations 25 cm + microfiches: Other Titles: Northamptonshire archaeology Bulletin of the Northamptonshire Federation of. Membership of the Society entitles you to: Our quarterly journal called Footprints which contains Society news, research information, members’ articles, news from the Archives and more.

Monthly email newsletter to keep you updated with events and news from the family history world. Welcome to Northamptonshire Family History Society We were founded in and have around members, mainly from the UK but also many from overseas.

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Humfrey Rooms of Northamptonshire Natural History Society 10 Castillain Terrace Northampton, Northamptonshire NN1 1LD UK Email: [email protected] Website: Northamptonshire Archaeological Society (NAS) The Northamptonshire Archaeological Society (NAS) was formed in to promote the study and appreciation of the Archaeology and History of.

The Victoria County History of Northamptonshire The Northamptonshire VCH Trust is currently supporting work on a volume covering Towcester Hundred.

A Working Group set up in brings together volunteers, contractors and other contributors, who are researching and writing the history of the town and the surrounding villages. The Society's aim is to promote the study of the science of archaeology, which includes: the study of the history, architecture and antiquities of Norfolk; the collection and publication of information on the ancient art and monuments of the County; the encouragement of individuals and public bodies in undertaking research and excavations.

CATALOGUE OF ANTIQUITIES IN THE MUSEUM OF THE WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY AT DEVIZES. Part II, 2nd edition. Compiled by Mrs M.

E. Cunnington and the Rev. Canon E. H. Goddard. Published by the Society at the Museum, Devizes, (George Simpson, Devizes). pp. XIV,92 plates and 46 illus. 2 s 6 d (postage 6 d). A.JOURNAL OF THE SULLIVANT MOSS SOCIETY VOL. 47 DECEMBER, No. 4 HENRY NEVILLE DIXON With the passing of H. N. Dixon on May 9,the Sullivant Moss Society lost one of its outstanding members and his friends and associates both here and abroad a valued and helpful friend.

Dixon was born at Wickham Bishop, Essex, on Ap He.Journal of the Portland Society of Natural History, 1(1), First book of zoology, NY: D.

Appleton, 2nd ed. American Book Co. Japan day by day. 2 vols. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, Observations on living lamellibranchs of New England.

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