|Dates: ||1846, 7 December - 1913, 26 August|
|Born: ||Great Britain, Yorkshire, York|
|Died: ||Red Sea (onboard ship)|
Amateur photographer and vulcanologist. He was a member of the Royal Society Commission which was appointed to investigate the aftermath of the eruptions of Soufriere volcano, St Vincent and Mont Pelee, Martinique, West Indies which both erupted in May, 1902.
Collections of his photographs are held by the Lapworth Museum of Geology at the University of Birmingham and The Yorkshire Museum which has a collection of 5,000 of his negatives and glass lantern slides dating from 1883 to 1913.
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