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Authorised form of nameSearle; George Frederick Charles (1864 - 1954)
SurnameSearle
ForenamesGeorge Frederick Charles
Dates1864 - 1954
Dates and placesBirth:
03 December 1864
Death:
16 December 1954
ActivityEducation:
MA (Camb)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
11/05/1905
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1955 vol 1 pp 247-252, plate, by George Thomson
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/58697603
Royal Society codeNA1320
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MM/21/23Letter from Oliver Heaviside to GEC Searle11 June 1909
EC/1905/13Searle, George Frederick Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/004098Searle, George Frederick Charles2000
MM/21/22Letter from Oliver Heaviside to GEC Searle4 December 1908
NLB/40/600Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Messrs Harrison & Sons2 July 1909
NLB/23/1/112Copy letter from A H White, to George Frederick Charles Searle, Fellow of the Royal Society24 September 1901
NLB/12/725Copy letter from Theodore E James, to George Frederick Charles Searle, 11 Fitzwilliam Street, Cambridge20 April 1896
NLB/13/55Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Richard Tetley Glazebrook, Fellow of the Royal Society2 June 1896
NLB/13/191Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to George Frederick Charles Searle, [Fellow of the Royal Society], 11 Fitzwilliam Street, Cambridge29 June 1896
NLB/13/236Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to George Frederick Charles Searle, [Fellow of the Royal Society], 11 Fitzwilliam Street, Cambridge 8 July 1896
NLB/13/389Copy letter from Theodore E James, to George Frederick Charles Searle13 August 1896
NLB/12/892Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Horace Lamb, Fellow of the Royal Society23 May 1896
NLB/12/898Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Michael Foster, Secretary, Royal Society23 May 1896
RR/15/251Referee's report by James Alfred Ewing, on a paper 'The measurement of magnetic hysteresis' by George Frederick Charles Searle and T G BedfordMay 1901
RR/16/108Referee's report by John Ambrose Fleming, on a paper 'Studies in magnetic testing' by George Frederick Charles SearleJanuary 1904
RR/16/107Referee's report by Hugh Longbourne Callendar, on a paper 'Studies in magnetic testing' by George Frederick Charles SearleJanuary 1904
NLB/22/516Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to [George Frederick Charles] Searle, [Fellow of the Royal Society], 11 Fitzwilliam Street, Cambridge29 May 1901
RR/17/454Referee's report by George Frederick Charles Searle, on a paper 'Magnetic viscosity' by Ernest Wison, G F O'Dell and H W K Jennings7 June 1909
NLB/23/1/280Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to George Frederich Charles Searle, [Fellow of the Royal Society]21 October 1901
NLB/28/493Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Messrs Harrison & Sons, St Martin's Lane, W.C.15 March 1904
NLB/28/505Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to George Frederick Charles Searle, 20 Trumpington Street, Cambridge21 March 1904
NLB/32/62Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Messrs Harrison & Sons[20 December 1905]
NLB/40/267Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to G [George] F [Frederick] C [Charles] Searle FRS 14 May 1909
NLB/47/815Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to G [George] F [Frederick] C [Charles] Searle FRS16 April 1913
NLB/47/691Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to G [George] F [Frederick] C [Charles] Searle FRS15 March 1913
RR/17/109Referee's report by George Frederick Charles Searle, on a paper 'Effects of self-induction in iron cylinder' by Ernest Wilson24 May 1906
RR/17/391Referee's report by George Frederick Charles Searle, on a paper 'The behaviour of iron and steel in rotating magnetic fields' by J S C DrysdaleMarch 1909
RR/17/189Referee's report by George Frederick Charles Searle, on the Bakerian Lecture 'The effect of temperature and pressure on the thermal conductivities of solids.—Part II. The effects of low temperatures on the thermal and electrical conductivities of certain approximately pure metals and alloys' by Charles Herbert Lees10 December 1907
RR/20/125Referee's report by George Frederick Charles Searle, on a paper 'Absolute measurements of a resistance by a method based on that of Lorenz' by F E Smith12 December 1913
RR/42/44Referee's report by Arthur Stanley Eddington, on a paper 'On the force required to stop a moving electrified sphere. -II' by George Frederick Charles SearleJuly 1930
RR/13/112Referee's report by George Francis Fitzgerald, on a paper 'Problems in electric convection' by George Frederick Charles Searle31 March 1896
RR/13/114Letter from Horace Lamb, on a paper 'Problems in electric convection' by George Frederick Charles Searle to Richard Tetley Glazebrook30 May 1896
RR/13/115Referee's report by Horace Lamb, on a paper 'Problems in electric convection' by George Frederick Charles Searle30 May 1896
RR/13/116Letter from George Frederick Charles Searle, on his paper 'Problems in electric convection' to the Secretary of the Royal Society1 July 1896
RR/13/113Referee's report by Joseph Larmor, on a paper 'Problems in electric convection' by George Frederick Charles Searle28 April 1896
NLB/67/689Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [George Frederick Charles] Searle, FRS14 February 1925
RR/18/42Referee's report by George Frederick Charles Searle, on a paper 'On the magnetic properties of iron and its alloys in intense field' by Robert Abbott Hadfield and Bertram Hopkinson14 June 1910
RR/17/295Referee's report by George Frederick Charles Searle, on a paper 'The electric qualities of porcelain, with special reference to dielectric losses' by H F Haworth25 May 1908
RR/51/58Referee's report by George Frederick Charles Searle, on a paper 'Determinations of the fundamental standards of length in terms of wave-lengths of light' by J E Sears, Junr. and H Barrell[January 1934]
RR/55/141Referee's report by George Frederick Charles Searle, on a paper 'The galvanometer constant of a circular coil of many windings' by Richard Tetley Glazebrook14 March 1935
RR/65/20Second referee's report by George Frederick Charles Searle, on a paper 'Further investigation of the velocity of propagation of light in vacuo in a transverse magnetic field' by C J Banwell and Clinton Coleridge FarrMay 1939
RR/65/21Referee's report by George Frederick Charles Searle, on a paper 'Further investigation of the velocity of propagation of light in vacuo in a transverse magnetic field' by C J Banwell and Clinton Coleridge Farr22 February 1938
NLB/13/405Copy letter from A H White, to Lord Rayleigh [John William Strutt], [Secretary, Royal Society]21 August 1896
RR/15/252Referee's report by John Ambrose Fleming, on a paper 'The measurement of magnetic hysteresis' by George Frederick Charles Searle and T G BedfordMay 1901
NLB/13/187Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Richard Tetley Glazebrook, Fellow of the Royal Society27 June 1896
NLB/13/209Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Richard Tetley Glazebrook, Fellow of the Royal Society2 July 1896
RR/17/100Referee's report by George Frederick Charles Searle, on a paper 'The thermomagnetic analysis of meteoric and artificial nickel-iron alloys' by Samuel Walter Johnson Smith20 December 1906
RR/20/85Referee's report by George Frederick Charles Searle, on a paper 'On the self-inductance of circular coils of rectangular section' by Thomas Ranken LyleMay 1913
NLB/12/897Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Richard Tetley Glazebrook, Fellow of the Royal Society23 May 1896
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