Authorised form of nameEnglefield; Sir; Henry Charles (1752 - 1822)
Dates1752 - 1822
Date of birth1752
Place of deathTylney Street, London
Date of death21 March 1822
Dates and placesBurial:
Englefield church, near Reading, Berkshire
At one of the English Colleges, abroad
FSA (1779)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election12/02/1778
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Anita McConnell and Alison Brech, 'Nathaniel and Edward Pigott, Itinerant Astronomers' in NR 1999 vol 53 pp 305-318
Brian Bowers and Keith Bowers, 'Michael Faraday's Geological Notes on the Isle of Wight' in NR 1996 vol 50 pp 65-74
Royal Society codeNA1641
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
CB/2/569Copy of a letter from Charles Blagden to H Englefield1 October 1791
CB/2/573Copy of a letter from Charles Blagden to H Englefield3 October 1791
IM/001301Englefield, Sir Henry Charlesnd
L&P/8/169Paper, 'Thermometrical observations, 1783' by Henry Charles Englefield1785
L&P/8/39Letter, 'On variations of light in the star Algol' by Henry Charles Englefield3 July 1783
L&P/8/116Letter, 'Of variable stars' from Edward Pigott to Henry Charles Englefield 5 December 1784
L&P/7/199Letter, 'Appearance of the soil in opening a well at Hanby, Lincolnshire' from Henry Charles Englefield to Joseph Banks1781
L&P/9/154Letter, 'An account of some luminous arches' from Edward Pigott to Henry Charles Englefield25 April 1789
L&P/9/172Letter, 'Determination of the longitudes and latitudes of some remarkable places near the Severn' from Edward Pigott to Henry Charles Englefield25 April 1790
L&P/8/127Letter, 'Observations of a new variable star' from John Goodricke to Henry Charles Englefield10 January 1785
EC/1777/21Englefield, Sir Henry Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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