Authorised form of nameBrereton; Owen Salusbury (1715 - 1798)
Other forms of nameOwen
Dates1715 - 1798
Place of birthLondon, England
Date of birth1715
Place of deathHis residence at Windsor, Berkshire
Date of death08 September 1798
Dates and placesBurial:
St George's Chapel, Windsor, Berkshire
Westminster School; Trinity College, Cambridge (Matriculated 1734); Lincoln's Inn (1734)
Called to the Bar (1738); Recorder of Liverpool (1742-1798); Bencher of Lincoln's Inn (1763); Constable of Flint Castle (1775); MP for Ilchester, Somerset (1775-1780)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election17/06/1762
RelationshipsSon of Thomas Brereton of Shotwick Park, Cheshire
Bulloch's Roll; DNB;Venn
Royal Society codeNA1598
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
MM/2/9Letter from Owen Salusbury Brereton to Joseph Banksc.1783
IM/000544Brereton, Owen Salusburynd
L&P/4/379Paper, 'A hole burnt in a mahogany table by the sun shining through a glass decanter of water' by Owen Salusbury Brereton1767
L&P/9/219Letter, 'On the occurence of Lac Lunae' from Richard Hill Waring to Owen Salusbury Brereton12 September 1791
L&P/6/150Letter, 'Of a storm at Bridgnorth' from John Congreave to Owen Salusbury Brereton8 November 1775
L&P/7/177Letter, 'Of the storm at Eastbourne on 17 September 1780' from Owen Salusbury Brereton to Joseph Banks1780
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