Authorised form of nameHadley; George (1685 - 1768)
Dates1685 - 1768
Place of birthLondon, England
Date of birth12 February 1685
Place of deathFlitton, Bedfordshire
Date of death28 June 1768
Research fieldMeteorology
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election20/02/1735
RelationshipsUncle of John Hadley (FRS 1758)
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Royal Society codeNA5043
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1734/24Hadley, George: certificate of election to the Royal Society20 February 1735
AP/41/4Unpublished paper, 'On the influence of heated terrestrial surfaces in disturbing the atomsphere' by Thomas Hopkins1858
RBO/19/26'Concerning the Cause of the general Trade Winds' by George Hadley1735
L&P/1/64Letter, 'Criticism of a paper on springs by Dr Park' from George Hadley to Cromwell Mortimer27 February 1742
L&P/13/5Paper, 'An account and abstract of the meteorological diaries communicated to the Royal Society, for the years 1729 and 1730' by George Hadley1730
CLP/4i/65Paper, 'An account of an aurora borealis which appeared March 20 1722' by Mr [George] Hadley1722
CLP/4ii/15Paper, 'Concerning the causes of the general trade winds' by George Hadley1735
RBO/20/26'An Account and Abstract of the Meteorological Diaries communicated to the Royal Society for the years 1729 and 1730' by George Hadley1737
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