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Authorised form of nameCooper; William (- 1786)
Other forms of surnameCowper
Dates - 1786
NationalityBritish
Place of deathAcomb, near York
Date of death10 July 1786
Dates and placesDeath:
Acomb, near York (10 July 1786)
OccupationClergyman, Church of England
ActivityEducation:
St Catharine's College, Cambridge; BA (1746/7)
Career:
Ordained deacon 91746), priest (1749); Archdeacon of York; Prebendary of Southwell; Rector of Kirby Wiste, Cheshire (1762-1786); Vicar of Manfield (1769-1786)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election25/04/1776
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; Venn
Authority:
AltName from Venn
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/78635008
Royal Society codeNA2610
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
AP/5/10Unpublished letter and paper, 'A philosophical discourse on the growth and culture of the vine, in various parts of the world' by William Cooper1781-1782
EC/1776/02Cooper, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
L&P/8/124Letter, 'A violent storm at sea, 5 December 1784' from William Cooper to Joseph Banks9 January 1785
L&P/8/52Letter, 'Of the same meteor as observed at Hartlepool' from William Cooper to Joseph Banks19 August 1783
AP/5/10/1Unpublished letter, regarding vine cultivation from William Cooper to Sir J [Joseph] Banks26 March 1782
AP/5/10/2Unpublished manuscript, 'A philosophical discourse on the growth and culture of the vine, in various parts of the world' by William Cooper1781-1782
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