Warington Wilkinson Smyth
Sir Warington Wilkinson Smyth (26 August 1817 – 19 June 1890) was a British geologist.
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... On his return to England in 1844 Smyth was appointed mining geologist in the Geological Survey, and in 1851 lecturer at the Royal School of Mines, a post which he held ... Smyth was elected fellow of the Royal Society in 1858 ... Smyth died in London on 19 June 1890, and was buried at St Erth, not far from his country home at Marazion in Cornwall ...
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