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Authorised form of nameNettleship; Edward (1845 - 1913)
SurnameNettleship
ForenamesEdward
Dates1845 - 1913
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Kette ring, Northamptonshire, England (03 March 1845)
Death:
Hindhead, Surrey (30 October 1913)
ActivityCareer:
Surgeon, St Thomas's Hospital, London (1878-1896)
Memberships:
FRCS
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
2/05/1912
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Royal Society codeNA1422
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1912/11Nettleship, Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CMB/10/23Report on the Glassworkers' Cataract Committee19 July 1911
NLB/43/133Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to [Edward] Nettleship, Nutcombe Hill, Hindhead, [Fellow of the Royal Society]9 November 1910
NLB/24/233Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Edward Nettleship, [Fellow of the Royal Society]8 April 1902
NLB/38/156Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr Hugh Kerr Anderson, Fellow of the Royal Society, and others20 June 1908
NLB/46/112Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Edward Nettleship, Fellow of the Royal Society11 June 1912
NLB/43/169Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to [Edward] Nettleship, [Fellow of the Royal Society]12 November 1910
NLB/43/136Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr T Llewellyn9 November 1910
NLB/46/93Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Edward Nettleship, Fellow of the Royal Society8 June 1912
RR/19/68Referee's report by Edward Nettleship, on a paper 'The relation between capillary pressure and secretion. II.— The secretion of the aqueous and the intraocular pressure' by Leonard Erskine Hill and Martin Flack[June 1912]
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