Authorised form of nameNooth; John Mervin (1737 - 1828)
ForenamesJohn Mervin
Dates1737 - 1828
Dates and placesBaptism:
Sturminster Newton Castle, Dorset (05 September 1737)
Bath, Somerset (03 May 1828)
MD (1766, Edinburgh)
Physician to the Army; Superintendent General of the Hospitals in North America and the West Indies (1783)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Election Date:
Bulloch's Roll
Douglas McKie, 'Priestley's Laboratory and Library and Other of his Effects' in NR 1956-57 vol 12 pp 114-136
Baptism information from pedigree in 'Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica', n.s. 2, p 9). Place of death from letter from J Andre (14 Dec 1965). See also Dictionary of Canadian Biography vol VI, p 548 and JB (1 Dec 1828).
Royal Society codeNA1191
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
CB/1/5/129Letter from J Mervin Nooth, London to Charles Blagden, King's Road, Gray's Inn Lane6 February 1784
L&P/6/73Paper, 'How to impregnate water with fixed air' by John Mervin Nooth1774
EC/1773/34Nooth, John Mervin: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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