Ref NoLDGSL/1043/4
TitleSections of Eathie Burn, Cromarty
Date31 Aug 1847
LevelItem
Extent1 item
FormatMap/section
DescriptionTwo watercolour sections of Eathie Burn, Cromarty, showing an unconformity and a fault, by Charles Henry Lardner WOODD, 31 August 1847. The caption for the lower section notes, 'Found Coccosteus cuspidatus by Miss Allardyce Aug 31'.
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Administrative History'Miss Allardyce' is probably Catherine Allardyce who was friends with Hugh Miller and his wife Lydia.
ProvenancePresented by Mr Hugh Woodd via J R Parker, 1991.
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LanguageEnglish
ArchNoteDescription by John Thackray; revised by Caroline Lam
CreatorNameWOODD | Charles Henry Lardner | 1821-1893 | Justice of the Peace, Fellow of the Geological Society
Persons
CodePersonNameDates
DS/UK/935WOODD; Charles Henry Lardner (1821-1893); Justice of the Peace, Fellow of the Geological Society1821-1893
DS/UK/2073ALLARDYCE; Catherine (1813-1895); geologist and friend of Hugh Miller1813-1895
Places
CodePlaceName
NA333Northwest Highlands
NA215Ross and Cromarty
NA67Scotland
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