Title: ‘Section from the Medway through Upnor to Cockham Wood’

Creator: R Dadd [possibly Robert Dadd (1798-1843)]

Description: Geological ‘Section from the Medway through Upnor to Cockham Wood’, which accompanied a communication read before the Society, 15 May 1833, and published as: Dadd, R. “A Memoir on the Valley of the River Medway”, ‘Proceedings of the Geological Society of London’, vol 1 (1833), pp482-483. Section not published.

The section may be by Robert Dadd, father of the artist Richard Dadd, who was a known lecturer on geology in the Medway area. Dadd senior was murdered by his son in 1843, and Richard spent his remaining years in Bethlem and Broadmoor asylums.

Date: [1833]

Format: Ink and pencil on paper

Archive reference: LDGSL/259

Image reference: 07-150

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