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Authorised form of nameStevenson; William Ford (- 1852)
SurnameStevenson
ForenamesWilliam Ford
Dates - 1852
Dates and placesDeath:
03 February 1852
ActivityCareer:
Wrote "The composition of hydrogen and the non-decomposition of water incontrovertibly established ..." (2nd ed 1849); bequeathed a quarter of his money to the Society of Antiquaries
Memberships:
FSA
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
21/11/1811
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Royal Society codeNA3728
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
DM/6/108Letter from Few & Co to Herbert Rix, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society30 July 1890
AP/31/14On the peculiar cooling effects of Hydrogen and its Compounds in cases of voltaic ignition1848
DM/6/81Copy of letter from IM Ludlow to Frank C Penrose25 March 1856
DM/6/82Letter from W D Cooper to Admiral Smyth21 April 1856
AP/33/26Water1851
DM/6/90Letter from T Peihet to the Royal Society13 February 1859
AP/31/15Thought-Reading & Clairvoyance17 April 1849
AP/32/20The Electric & Magnetic Fluids 1 May 1850
AP/32/18Water & its supposed constituents19 March 1850
MM/13/40Report of a Royal Society Committee about the Stevenson Bequestc.1859
MM/13/42Counsel's opinion for the Royal Society on the case of W F Stevenson's will30 June 1852
MM/13/39Note on the Stevenson bequest and the property involved c.1859
DM/6/100Letter from Few and Co to Walter White, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society3 November 1865
MM/13/36Note on the Stevenson bequest and the property involved c.1859
MM/13/37Note on the Stevenson bequest and the property involved, titled 'Property between £70 & 90,000c.1859
MM/13/41Copy of the Will and codicils of W F Stevenson 1848-1850
MM/13/38'Particulars of the Stevenson bequest'c.1859
DM/6/98Letter from Few and Co to Walter White, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society12 November 1862
DM/6/95Letter from Charles Few Jnr to C R Weld, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society29 December 1859
DM/6/92Letter from WH Stevenson and HM Stevenson to Royal Society10 March 1859
DM/6/91Letter from Few and Co to C R Weld, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society23 February 1859
DM/6/107Letter from Few & Co to Herbert Rix, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society23 April 1890
AP/27/11On the supposed properties of Electric and Magnetic Fluids 1844
DM/6/85Incomplete letter from Few to Lord Wrottesley13 August 1856
DM/6/88Letter from Charles Few Jnr to to C R Weld, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society14 July 1858
DM/6/87Copy of a letter from Pemberton and Meynell to Few and Co26 June 1858
DM/6/79Letter from Charles Few to C R Weld, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society21 April 1852
DM/6/104Letter from Few & Co to Herbert Rix, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society19 April 1888
DM/6/96Letter from Charles Few to C R Weld, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society2 November 1860
AP/28/25Phlogiston & decomposition of Water14 January 1846
DM/6/83Letter from Charles Few Jnr to C R Weld, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society26 April 1856
DM/6/102Letter from Few & Co to Herbert Rix, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society4 April 1888
DM/6/84Letter from Charles Few Jnr to C R Weld, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society22 May 1856
DM/6/109Letter from Few & Co to Herbert Rix, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society8 April 1891
DM/6/99Letter from Charles Few to Walter White, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society23 January 1864
DM/6/106Letter from Few & Co to Herbert Rix, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society21 December 1889
DM/6/80Letter from Charles Few Jnr to C R Weld, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society7 September 1854
DM/6/103Letter from Few & Co to Herbert Rix, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society12 April 1888
DM/6/147Letter from Few and Co to Walter White, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society22 November 1867
DM/6/105Letter from Few & Co to Herbert Rix, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society11 April 1889
DM/6/93Letter from WH Stevenson and HM Stevenson to Royal Society23 August 1859
DM/6/145Letter from Few and Co to Walter White, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society17 October 1868
DM/6/110Letter from RH Few to Sir John Evans, Treasurer, Royal Society18 November 1898
DM/6/146Letter from Few and Co to Walter White, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society18 November 1874
AP/32/21The Construction of Metals 11 May 1850
AP/28/24The Electric FluidNovember 1845
AP/32/19On Lavoisier's Theory 29 April 1850
AP/24/18Water still an element7 April 1840
DM/6/89Letter from Few and Co to C R Weld, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society21 January 1859
RR/1/232Referee's report by Edward Sabine, on a paper 'On the supposed properties of the electric and magnetic fluids' by William Ford Stevenson24 June 1846
NLB/71/151Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Messrs. Few & Co., 19 Surrey Street, Strand21 January 1928
MS/426/463Copy letter from C R [Charles Richard] Weld, the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Mr Few22 April 1852
MS/426/424Copy letter from C R [Charles Richard] Weld, the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to W F [William Ford] Stevenson3 June 1850
MS/426/426Copy letter from C R [Charles Richard] Weld, the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society' to W F [William Ford] Stevenson28 June 1850
EC/1811/15Stevenson, William Ford: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DM/6/94Letter from Few and Co to C R Weld, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society17 October 1859
MM/13/43Stevenson Bequest; Ludlow vs Stevenson; judgement25 July 1854
DM/6/86Letter from Few and Co to C R Weld, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society14 July 1857
DM/6/97Letter from Few and Co to C R Weld, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society20 March 1861
DM/6/101Letter from Few & Co to Herbert Rix, Assistant Secretary, Royal Society16 October 1886
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