Reference numberEC/1834/06
TitleSykes, William Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationLieut Col William Henry Sykes, of the Hon E I Company's Service, FLS, FGS, FZS, MRAJ, a gentleman well versed in various branches of Natural Science, and authour [sic] of several Papers in the Transactions of different scientifick Societies, being desirous of becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society of London, We, the undersigned do of our personal knowledge recommend him as highly deserving of that honour, and likely to become a useful and valuable Member
ProposersThos Phillipps; N A Vigors; Thos Hardwicke; Thomas Bell; Edwd Barnard; W Somerville; L W Dillwyn; R H Solly; John Lindley; Marshall Hall; John Edw Gray; Thomas Phillips; A P W Philip; S P Rigaud; Charles Daubeny; William Clift; Chas Wilkins
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Sykes, William Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5872Sykes; William Henry (1790 - 1872)1790 - 1872
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