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Authorised form of nameMills; Abraham (c 1750 - 1828)
SurnameMills
ForenamesAbraham
Datesc 1750 - 1828
Dates and placesBirth:
c 1750
Death;
02 March 1828
ActivityResearch Field:
Mineralogy
Career:
Officer, His Majesty's Ordnance Department, Dublin
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
30/05/1799
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Royal Society codeNA3054
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
L&P/10/133Letter, 'Mineralogical account of the native gold discovered in Ireland' from Abraham Mills to Joseph Banks21 November 1795
L&P/9/158/3Plate, 'View of the insulated rock at the termination of the glen' by Abraham Mills1788
L&P/9/158/2Plate, 'View of the glen near Ardlum Head in Mull' by Abraham Mills1788
L&P/9/158/4Plate, 'A view of the great fissure , the cave and the suspended stones in the Island of Mull' by Abraham Mills1788
L&P/9/158/1Letters, 'Some account of the strata and volcanic appearances in the North of Ireland and the Western islands of Scotland' by Abraham Mills to John Lloyd3 November 1789
L&P/9/158Paper, 'Some account of the strata and volcanic appearances in the North of Ireland and the Western islands of Scotland' by Abraham Mills3 November 1789
EC/1799/06Mills, Abraham: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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