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Clarke, William Branwhite (1798 - 1878)

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Born: 2 June 1798  East Bergholt, Suffolk, England.  Died: 16 June 1878  Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
William Branwhite Clarke, a member of the Anglican Clergy, was an active geologist and a leading scientific figure in colonial New South Wales. In 1851-53 he was Geological Surveyor of New South Wales and reported on the southern and northern goldfields of the colony.
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Created: 20 October 1993
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