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Authorised form of namePickering; Roger (c 1720 - 1755)
SurnamePickering
ForenamesRoger
Datesc 1720 - 1755
Dates and placesBirth:
c 1720
Death:
18 May 1755
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
10/05/1744
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Royal Society codeNA2172
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1744/04Pickering, Roger: certificate of election to the Royal Society
MM/20/15Letter from Roger Pickering to Cromwell Mortimer, Secretary, Royal Society10 May 1744
MS/391/57Bond of Roger Pickering to the Treasurer of the Royal Society24 May 1744
L&P/1/283Letter, 'Concerning the culture of mushrooms' from Roger Pickering to the Royal Society19 April 1744
L&P/1/255Letter, 'Of West Indian insects' from Roger Pickering to Cromwell Mortimer2 February 1743
L&P/1/224Letter, 'Of mushrooms' from Roger Pickering to Cromwell Mortimer3 October 1743
L&P/1/313Pamphlet, 'Proposals for printing a dictionary of the Bible' by Roger Pickering5 November 1744
L&P/1/373Paper, 'Of an unusual heat at Hoxton' by Roger Pickering21 March 1745
L&P/1/333Letter, 'Description of an amulet (Roman medicine stamp) found at Bath' from Roger Pickering to the Royal Society12 December 1744
L&P/1/287Paper, 'Essay on weather observations and instruments' by Roger Pickering1744
L&P/1/301Letter, 'Of the animalcula in mushrooms' from Roger Pickering to the President of the Royal Society7 January 1744
L&P/2/55aLetter, 'Of the earthquake in London of March 8 1749/50' from Roger Pickering to Martin Folkes8 March 1750
IM/003583Pickering, Rogernd
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