Horace Bolingbroke Woodward (20 August 1848 – 6 February 1914) was a British geologist who participated in the Geological Survey of England and Wales from 1867 until his retirement in 1908. He was Vice-president of the Geological Society, where he was elected a Fellow in 1868. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1896.
He was the second son of the geologist Samuel Pickworth Woodward, the second son of the geologist and antiquary Samuel Woodward. Awarded the Wollaston Medal in 1909. His brother was Bernard Barham Woodward, a British malacologist and a member of staff at the British Museum and the Natural History Museum.
- The Geology of England and Wales. 1876.; 2nd edition. 1885.
- The Jurassic Rocks of Britain. 3 vols. 1893–1895.
- The Geology of Water-Supply. 1910.
- History of Geology. 1911.
- "Obituary. Horace B. Woodward". Geological Magazine. 51: 142–144. 1914. doi:10.1017/s0016756800138282.
- "WOODWARD, Horace Bolingbroke". Who's Who. Vol. 57. 1905. pp. 1771–1772.
- "Review of History of Geology by Horace B. Woodward". The Athenæum (no. 4360): 572. 20 May 1911.
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