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Authorised form of nameHome; Sir; Everard (1756 - 1832); surgeon
SurnameHome
ForenamesEverard
Dates1756 - 1832
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Hull, Yorkshire, England (06 May 1756)
Death:
His official residence at Chelsea Hospital, London (31 August 1832)
ActivityProfession:
Surgeon
Research Field:
Surgery, comparative anatomy
Education:
Trinity College, Cambridge; left to become a pupil of John Hunter; Surgeon's Hall (1778)
Career:
Assistant Surgeon, Naval Hospital, Plymouth; Assistant Surgeon, St George's Hospital, London (1787), then Surgeon; Lived with John Hunter (1786-1792); joint executor (with Matthew Baillie) to Hunter's will; Sergeant Surgeon to the King (1808); Surgeon, Chelsea Hospital (1821)
Honours:
Bt 1813
Memberships:
Company of Surgeons (Master 1813 and 1821); FCP (first President 1822)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
15/02/1787
Medals/Prizes:
Copley Medal 1807
Lectures:
Croonian 1790, 1793-1796, 1798-1801, 1817-1821, 1823-1827, 1829
Council:
VP 1814-1830
RelationshipsBrother-in-law of John Hunter (FRS 1767); father of Sir James Everard Home (FRS 1825); brother-in-law of Robert Mylne (FRS 1767)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB; DSB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc 1832-1833 No 11 pp 145-146
References:
N G Coley, 'The Animal Chemistry Club; Assistant Society to the Royal Society' in NR 1967 vol 22 pp 173-185
L F Gilbert, 'The Election to the Presidency of the Royal Society in 1820' in NR 1954-55 vol 11 pp 256-279
W P Griffith and P J T Morris, 'Charles Hatchett FRS (1765 - 1847), chemist and discoverer of niobium' in NR 2003 vol 57 pp 299 - 316
Virtual International Authority File59164081
Royal Society codeNA4668
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1786/26Home, Sir Everard: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/002196Home, Sir Everard1990
V/006Home, Sir Everard
MM/3/49Letter from Everard Home, Leicester Square, to the Royal Society3 May 1795
P/0070Portrait of Home, Sir Everard1829
AP/9/22Contribution towards the Anatomy of Whales1821
AP/12/16Microscopical observations on the Muscular fibres of the Elephant 1826
RSL/1/21Letter from Everard Home, St Lucia23 December 1781
CB/1/4/140Letter from Sir Everard Home, Sackville Street to Charles Blagden, [Paris]1 October 1814
IM/002195Home, Sir Everardnd
IM/002197Home, Sir Everardnd
L&P/10/150Paper, 'Description of the anatomy of the sea otter, from a dissection made 15 November 1795' by Everard Home1796
L&P/11/143Paper, 'On the irritability of nerves' [Croonian Lecture] by Everard Home1800
L&P/9/187Paper, 'Observations on certain horny excrescences of the human body' by Everand Home1790
L&P/10/129Paper, 'On the adjustment of the eye' (Croonian Lecture, 1795) by Everand Home1795
L&P/11/4Paper, 'Observations on the changes which blood undergoes when extravasated' by Everard Home1796
L&P/11/138/1Paper, 'Some obervations of the head of the Ornithorhynchus paradoxus' by Everard Home1800
L&P/8/143Paper, 'Description of a sea animal from Barbados' by Everard Home20 September 1784
L&P/8/143/1Letter, 'Description of a sea animal from Barbados' from Everard Home to John Hunter20 September 1784
L&P/10/106/1Paper, 'Some obervations on the mode of generation of the kangaroo' by Everard Home1795
L&P/10/100/1Paper, 'Of muscular motion' (Croonian Lecture 1794) by Everard Home1794
L&P/12/45Paper, 'Observations on the structure of the tongue' by Everard Home1802
L&P/10/113Paper, 'On muscular motion' (Croonian Lecture, 1790) by Everard Home 1795
L&P/11/143/1Paper, 'On the irritability of nerves' [Croonian Lecture] by Everard Home1800
L&P/9/165Paper, 'An account of a child with a double head' by Everand Home22 May 1790
L&P/9/165/1Letter, 'An account of a child with a double head' from Everand Home to John Hunter22 May 1790
L&P/10/100Paper, 'Of muscular motion' (Croonian Lecture 1794) by Everard Home1794
L&P/10/106Paper, 'Some obervations on the mode of generation of the kangaroo' by Everard Home1795
L&P/10/62/1Paper, 'Account of the muscular nature of the crystalline humour of the eye - based on the late John Hunter's notes (Croonian Lecture, 1793)' by Everand Home4 November 1793
L&P/10/62Paper, 'Account of the muscular nature of the crystalline humour of the eye - based on the late John Hunter's notes (Croonian Lecture, 1793)' by Everand Home4 November 1793
L&P/10/62/2Plate, 'A transverse section of the crystalline humour oft he eye of a cuttle-fish, to show its structure' by Everand Home1793
L&P/11/94Paper, 'History of a hermaphrodite bull' by Everard Home1799
L&P/11/107Paper, 'On the structure of membrana tympani' [Croonian Lecture] by Everard Home1799
L&P/11/76Paper, 'Experiments and observations upon the structure of nerves' [Croonian Lecture] by Everard Home1798
L&P/11/54Paper, 'Account of the orifice in the retina of the human eye, discovered by Professor Soemmering' by Everard Home1798
L&P/11/54/1Paper, 'Account of the orifice in the retina of the human eye, discovered by Professor Soemmering' by Everard Home1798
L&P/11/175/1Paper, 'Description of the anatomy of the orinthorphynchus paradoxus' by Everard Home1801
L&P/11/118Paper, 'On hearing after the destruction of membrane tympani' by Everard Home1799
L&P/11/101Paper, 'Some observations on the structure of the teeth of graminvorous quadrupeds, particularly of elephants' by Everard Home1799
L&P/12/27/1Paper, 'Description of the anatomy of the Orithorhynchus hystrix' by Everard Home1802
L&P/11/91Paper, 'Account of the dissection of an hermaphrodite dog...some observations on hermaphrodites in general' by Everard Home1798
L&P/11/160/1Paper, 'Observations on the structure and mode of growth of the grinding teeth of the wild boar' by Everard Home1801
L&P/11/138Paper, 'Some obervations of the head of the Ornithorhynchus paradoxus' by Everard Home1800
L&P/11/81/1Paper, 'Some additions to a paper read in 1790 on the subject of a child with a double head' by Everard Home1798
L&P/11/81Paper, 'Some additions to a paper read in 1790 on the subject of a child with a double head' by Everard Home1798
L&P/11/101/1Paper, 'Some observations on the structure of the teeth of graminvorous quadrupeds, particularly of elephants' by Everard Home1799
L&P/11/117Letter, 'Effects of the rupture of the membrana tympan' from Astley Cooper to Everard Home1799
L&P/11/171Paper, 'Of the power of the eye to adjust itself to different distances when deprived of the crystalline lens' [Croonian Lecture] by Everard Home1801
L&P/11/175Paper, 'Description of the anatomy of the orinthorphynchus paradoxus' by Everard Home1801
L&P/11/160Paper, 'Observations on the structure and mode of growth of the grinding teeth of the wild boar' by Everard Home1801
L&P/12/68Paper, 'Observations on the orifaces found in certain poisonous snakes; some further remarks' by Patrick Russell and Everard Home1803
L&P/12/78Paper, 'Account of the voluntary expansion of the skin of the neck in the Cobra di Capella' by Patrick Russell and Everard Home1804
L&P/12/124Paper, 'Account of a small lobe of the human prostate gland' by Everard Home1806
L&P/12/138Paper, 'Observations on the camel's stomach' by Everard Home1806
L&P/12/138/1Paper, 'Observations on the camel's stomach' by Everard Home1806
NLB/18/142Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Rev R B Raffles, 86 St Stephen's Avenue, Shepherd's Bush, W.23 January 1899
L&P/12/129/1Paper, 'Description of a rare species of worm shells near Sumatra' by John Griffiths and Everard Home1806
L&P/12/129Paper, 'Description of a rare species of worm shells near Sumatra' by John Griffiths and Everard Home1806
L&P/12/68/1Paper, 'Observations on the orifaces found in certain poisonous snakes; some further remarks' by Patrick Russell and Everard Home1803
L&P/12/78/1Paper, 'Account of the voluntary expansion of the skin of the neck in the Cobra di Capella' by Patrick Russell and Everard Home1803
L&P/11/6Paper, 'In which some of the morbid actions of the straight muscles and cornea of the eye are explained and their treatment considered' [Croonian Lecture] by Everard Home1796
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