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Authorised form of nameMilles; Jeremiah (c 1714 - 1784)
Other forms of nameMills, Jeremiah
SurnameMilles
ForenamesJeremiah
Datesc 1714 - 1784
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Duloe, Cornwall, England (c 1714 )
Death:
Harley Street, London (13 February 1784)
Burial:
By the side of his wife, in the church of St Edmund the King
ActivityCareer:
Travelled on the continent with Richard Pococke (1733-1736); Precentor, Exeter Cathedral (1747-1762); Dean, Exeter Cathedral (1762)
Memberships:
FSA (President 1768)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
1/04/1742
RelationshipsCousin of Richard Pococke (FRS 1741)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Royal Society codeNA4338
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
L&P/3/206Letter, 'Of Carlsbad waters' from Jeremiah Milles to George Parker19 January 1757
L&P/3/182Letter, 'Arabic numeral 1144 on a stone in the foundations of the Black Swan, Holborn' from Jeremial Milles to the Royal Society23 June 1756
L&P/3/178Paper, 'Of a date, at Colchester, supposed in Arabic figures (1090), in Philosophical Transactions no. 266 (1700)' by Jeremiah Milles1756
L&P/4/36Paper, 'Further experiments with bovey coal' by Jeremiah Milles8 January 1761
L&P/5/99Paper, 'Meteorological observations at Bridgwater' by Jeremiah Milles1768
L&P/5/90Letter, 'Effect of a thunderstorm on the church of Buckland Brewer' from William Paxton to Jeremiah Milles7 April 1769
L&P/5/170Paper, 'Meteorological observations for 1769 at Bridgwater and Ludgvan' by Jeremial Milles and William Borlase1770
EC/1742/05Milles, Jeremiah: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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