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Authorised form of nameLloyd; John Augustus (1800 - 1854)
SurnameLloyd
ForenamesJohn Augustus
Dates1800 - 1854
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
London, England (01 May 1800)
Death:
Therapia (10 October 1854)
ActivityCareer:
Died at Therapia after the battle of the Alma in the Crimea
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
11/03/1830
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
References:
A W Skempton and Joyce Brown, 'John and Edward Troughton, Mathematical Instrument Makers' in NR 1972-3 vol 27 pp 233-262
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/41895239
Royal Society codeNA1394
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1830/12Lloyd, John Augustus: certificate of election to the Royal Society
MC/3Volume 3 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1839-1843
MS/170Documents relating to John Augustus Lloyd's paper on the difference of level of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans1830
IM/002786Lloyd, John Augustus1851
MC/1Volume 1 of miscellaneous correspondence regarding business matters, sent to the Royal Society1800-1831
MS/425/10Copy letter, John William Lubbock, Treasurer of the Royal Society, to [John] Augustus Lloyd 17 March 1831
MS/426/77Copy letter from J W L [John William Lubbock], Treasurer of the Royal Society; to J R [John Rae] Reid-Bart M P12 January 1844
MS/426/250Copy letter from C R [Charles Richard] Weld, the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Lieut Col J A [John Augustus] Lloyd, Mauritius15 January 1847
MS/426/384Copy letter from C R [Charles Richard] Weld, the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Captain [Sidney?] Shippard9 June 1849
AP/21/5Meteorological Deductions made from Observations made at the Observatory, Port Louis, Mauritius1837
MC/1/233Letter from John Augustus Lloyd, 5 Whitehall Place, Gravesend, to Davies Gilbert, President of the Royal Society, Bridge Street, Westminster5 June 1830
MC/1/248Letter from Dr. Peter Mark Roget, [Secretary of the Royal Society], to [John Augustus] Lloyd17 July 1830
MC/1/249Letter from John Augustus Lloyd, 2 Circus Street, Greenwich, to Davies Gilbert, President of the Royal Society 19 July 1830
MC/1/251Letter from John Augustus Lloyd, Greenwich, to Davies Gilbert, President of the Royal Society, Bodmyn, Cornwall28 July 1830
MC/1/262Letter from John Augustus Lloyd, Admiralty Office, to Davies Gilbert10 December 1830
MC/1/289Letter from John Augustus Lloyd, 19 [John] Adam Street, Adelphi, to [Prince Augustus Frederick], the Duke of Sussex, President of the Royal Society, 15 March 1831
MC/1/291Letter from John Augustus Lloyd, 19 [John] Adam Street, Adelphi, to John George Children, Secretary of the Royal Society 16 March 1831
MC/1/300Letter from James Hudson, [Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society], to the Royal Society5 April 1831
MC/3/116Letter from Major Edward Sabine, 3 St James's Place, to John Frederic Daniell, Foreign Secretary of the Royal Society17 November 1840
MC/3/117Letter from John Frederic Daniell, Foreign Secretary of the Royal Society, to Captain [John Augustus] Lloyd20 November 1840
MC/3/276Letter from John Augustus Lloyd, Port-Louis, Mauritius, to the Secretary of the Royal Society3 May 1843
MC/3/309Letter from John Augustus Lloyd, Port-Louis, Mauritius, to the Secretary of the Royal Society4 November 1843
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