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Authorised form of nameWilloughby; Hugh (- 1765); 15th Baron Willoughby of Parham
SurnameWilloughby
ForenamesHugh
Dates - 1765
Dates and placesDeath:
21 January 1765
ActivityCareer:
Chairman of Committees in the House of Lords (1759-65)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
14/02/1744
Council:
VP 1751-?, 1759-1765
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
References:
David Philip Miller, 'The "Hardwicke Circle": the Whig Supremacy and its Demise in the 18th-Century Royal Society' in NR 1998 vol 52 pp 73-91
Notes:
GEC gives burial place as Harwich
Royal Society codeNA2306
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
NLB/13/358Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Francis Nicholson, Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, 36 George Street, Manchester31 July 1896
L&P/2/331Letter, 'Address on presenting the prize medal to Dr Pringle FRS [Fellow of the Royal Society] for his work on septics and antiseptics' from Lord Hugh Willoughby1752
L&P/3/15Letter, 'Of a recent earthquake' from John Owen to Lord Willoughby of Parham17 April 1755
L&P/3/383Letter, 'Of birds from Terra Firma, north of the river Amazon' from George Edwards to Hugh Willoughby10 May 1759
MM/4/17Letter from Martin Folkes, President, Royal Society, on the appointment of Vice-Presidents1751
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