Authorised form of nameTaylor; William (1790 - 1870)
Dates1790 - 1870
Place of birthKingsland, Herefordshire
Date of birth1790
Place of deathTything, Worcester
Date of death1870
ActivityOxford Alumni, Magdalen Hall, matriculated 20 November 1817. The Taylor Mathematical Slate was a device used to teach mathematics to blind students; developed by Rev. William Taylor in England in the mid-19th century it was in common use until the early 1970's. Taylor Arithmetic frame. Referee of the clock and bells at the Palace of Westminster.
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election21/01/1836
Bulloch's Roll
Royal Society codeNA3297
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Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1836/04Taylor, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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