Authorised form of nameAtwell; Joseph (c 1696 - 1768)
Datesc 1696 - 1768
Date of birthc. 1696
OccupationClergyman, Church of England
Exeter College, Oxford; BA (1715), MA (1718), BD (1728), DD (1738)
Fellow of Exeter (1718); Rector (1733-1737); ordained priest (1736); Prebendary of Southwell (1737); Prebendary of Gloucester (1737); Vicar of Fairford, Gloucestershire (1738); Prebendary of York (1739); Rector of Oddington, Gloucestershire (1739); Canon of Westminster (1759)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election20/03/1729
RelationshipsSon of Matthew Atwell, clerk, of Buckland Monachorum, Devon
Bulloch's Roll; Foster
Obituary, Gentleman's Magazine (1768), p.350.
Proposed by John Machin; Andrew Tooke; James Hodgson.
Royal Society codeNA5016
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
RBO/14/102'An account of Insects coming out of the Nostrils of a young Woman' from a letter from J Atwell to Thomas Woodford1729
RBO/17/30'Conjectures upon the Nature of intermitting and reciprocating Springs' by Joseph Atwell1732
CLP/6/73Paper, concerning 'reciprocating springs' at Brixham, Devon, known as 'Laywell' by Joseph Atwell1732
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