Elizabeth Catherine Thomas Carne articles on Wikipedia
Elizabeth Carne
Elizabeth Catherine Thomas Carne (1817–1873) was a British author and natural philosopher, geologist, conchologist, mineral collector and philanthropist
Mar 29th 2017



Carne
Carne or Carne is a surname, and may refer to Sir Edward Carne Elizabeth Catherine Thomas Carne James Carne Jean Carne John Carne Joseph Carne Joseph Edmund
Jan 16th 2017



Joseph Carne
Carne). He died at Penzance on 12 October 1858. His daughter, Elizabeth Catherine Thomas Carne was also a noted geologist. Upon Joseph's death his large mineral
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John Brydges, 1st Baron Chandos
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Royal Geological Society of Cornwall
malacologist. Edward Budge (1800 – 1865), geologist and theologian. Elizabeth Catherine Thomas Carne (1817 – 1873), geologist and author. Joseph Carne (1782 – 1858)
Dec 2nd 2016



Walter Long (died 1610)
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Jul 14th 2016



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Women in geology
geologist. Etheldred Benett - Early female geologist in Britain. Elizabeth Catherine Thomas Carne- Early female geologist in Britain. Margaret Crosfield - Early
Nov 15th 2016



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Thomas Thirlby
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William Denys
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2015 New Year Honours
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Rich Little
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Apr 21st 2017



Whitey Bulger
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2006 New Year Honours
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Nov 6th 2016



2010 New Year Honours
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Litany of the Saints
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1999 New Year Honours
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1977 Silver Jubilee and Birthday Honours
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1977 New Year Honours
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1989 New Year Honours
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1955 Birthday Honours
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1955 New Year Honours
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Molly Brant
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1983 New Year Honours
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2000 New Year Honours
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1954 New Year Honours
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1986 Birthday Honours
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1949 New Year Honours
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1959 Birthday Honours
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