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William Pengelly, FRS, FGS (Part III)

Trans. Devon. Assoc., vol. 47, (1915) pp. pp.257-284.

by

Hester Forbes Julian

Prepared by Michael Steer

The paper is essentially one in a series of memoires of William Pengelly, "Father of the Devonshire Association" by his daughter Hester. A self-taught geologist, Pengelly in 1858 first excavated a cave at Brixham. He accurately recorded the chronology of deposits, and found flint implements and extinct mammal remains comingled in the same layers. The Geological Society overseer, Hugh Falconer, saw the importance of these finds and later set up Evans and Prestwich to check the similar discounted reports of Boucher de Perthes in France. The result was a cascading and revolutionary new acceptance of human antiquity on both sides of the channel. Pengelly went on to supervise similar work at Kent's Cavern and Bovey Tracey, producing more pre-historic remains. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by the Princeton University Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

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Bonney, Rev Professor, FRS, LLD 283
Bowman, Sir Henry 280
Brewster, Dr 257
Broca, Monsieur 272
Canute, King 276
Capellini, Professor 279
Carew 275
Champernowne, Mr Arthur 261
Cope, Mr A S 281
Dawkins, Professor Boyd 262, 268
Duncan, Professor Martin, FRS 260
Edward the Confessor 275
Etheridge 262
Evans, Sir John 262, 267
Freeman, Mr Edward 275
Froude, Mr James Anthony 275
Gaudry, Monsieur 279
Geike, Professor 262
George IV 268
Greenwell, Canon 275
Harkness 262
Harley, Rev Professor FRS 283
Hind 274
Holl, Dr Harvey 260-1
Howorth, Sir Henry 275-6
Huddlestone, Mr, FGS 276
Hughes, Professor McKenny 261, 268, 277, 281
Hunt, Mr A R, FGS 258, 282
Huxley, Professor 267
Lee, Mr J E 261
Leofric, Bishop 275
Lister, Lord 284
Livingius, Bishop 276
Lyell, Sir Charles 262-3, 267, 281
MacEnery 259
Marie, Grand Duchess 268
Marr, Professor 277
McCoy, Professor 267
Merivale, Dean 275
Miller, Hugh 281
Mount Edgcumbe, Lord 280
Munro, Dr 273
Murat, Prince 268
Murchison, Sir Roderick 262, 267
Napoleon III 268
Ormerod, Mr G W 261
Peach, Charles 267
Pengelly, William throughout
Phillips, Professor 262, 267
Prestwich, Sir Joseph 267
Quiller-Couch, Sir A T 258
Ramsay, Sir Andrew 267
Reynolds, Professor 277
Rivire, Dr 272
Roemer, Professor 267
Sayce, Professor 275
Sedgwick, Professor 281
Siculus, Diodorus 263-4
Skeat, Professor 275
Smiles, Dr Samuel 257
Smyth, Warrington 262
Symonds 262
Thurn, Sir Evarard im 275
Torell, Professor Otto 279
Vicary, Mr William 261