By William Howell (sometimes spelled Howel)
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PREFACE In view of the near approach of the centennial of the death of Lucas Barrett2 (Fig. 1), former director of the Geological Survey of Jamaica, this seems an appropriate time to publish a biography of that remarkable young man. Two brief notes appeared in Geonotes (Chubb, 1959, 1961), but at that time the writer had not seen the interesting series of Colonial Office documents dealing with the Jamaican Geological Survey of the 1860s, preserved in the Public Record Office, London. They include dispatches that passed between successive Secretaries of State for the Colonies and Governors of Jamaica, letters written by the geological surveyors, reports, memorials, and other documents.
1995, p. 24). 27 De la Beche’s Jamaican research was, of course, conducted long before the value of biostratigraphy in international correlation was understood. His lithostratigraphic comparisons between Jamaica and Europe were the first attempt at intercontinental correlation; any errors are thus immediately understandable (Donovan, 1996; Table 2 herein). , 2000, The Dinosaur Hunters: A Story of Scientific Rivalry and the Discovery of the Prehistoric World: London, Fourth Estate, x + 374 p. , 1958, Sir Henry Thomas De la Beche: Geonotes, v.
This led, eventually, to the demonstration of the Devonian System by Sedgwick, Murchison, and Lonsdale. 24 37 Andrew Crombie Ramsay (1814–1891), geological surveyor. 38 Edward Forbes, FRS (1815–1854), Manxman, geologist, and naturalist. Highly unlikely. Very few crinoid remains are known from the White Limestone Group (Donovan, 1995). 25 See Maharaj (1994). , 1995, p. 24). 27 De la Beche’s Jamaican research was, of course, conducted long before the value of biostratigraphy in international correlation was understood.