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Authorised form of nameArderon; William (1703 - 1767); naturalist
SurnameArderon
ForenamesWilliam
Dates1703 - 1767
Dates and placesBurial:
Heigham churchyard, near Norwich
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
12/12/1745
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Notes:
Never signed Charter Book.
Royal Society codeNA5127
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1745/17Arderon, William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
L&P/2/144Letter, 'A dwarf and a child compared by David Erskine Baker' from William Arderon to Henry Baker11 May 1750
L&P/1/433/1Letter, 'Of the weaver's alarum [alarm]' from William Arderon to Henry Baker1745
L&P/4/122Letter, 'Of an inundation' from William Arderon to Henry Baker9 November 1762
L&P/1/435Letter, 'On his election as FRS' from William Arderon to Henry Baker16 December 1745
L&P/1/456Letter, 'Of an improved hygroscope' from William Arderon to Henry Baker15 February 1746
L&P/1/363Letter, 'On certain saline efflorescences' from William Arderon to William Baker1745
L&P/2/17Letter, 'Natural history observations' from William Arderon to Henry Baker17 November 1749
L&P/1/476/1Letter, 'Of the improvement of the weather-cord' from William Arderon to Henry Baker21 December 1745
L&P/1/476Paper, 'Of the improvement of the weather-cord' by William Arderon21 December 1745
L&P/1/433Paper, 'Of the weaver's alarum [alarm]' by William Arderon1745
L&P/1/464Letter, 'Of a needle removed from the arm' from William Arderon to Henry Baker9 January 1746
L&P/2/180Letter, 'Of cattle distemper' from William Arderon to William Baker13 November 1750
L&P/2/181Letter, 'Concerning the hot weather in July 1750' from William Arderon to William Baker23 July 1750
L&P/1/426Letter, 'Sinking of the ground at Horseford, Norfolk' from William Arderon to Henry Baker1745
L&P/1/437Letter, 'Of Philip Williams water-wheel' from William Arderon to Henry Baker1745
L&P/2/98Paper, 'Of the method of catching lobsters at Cromer in Norfolk' by William Arderon1750
L&P/2/512Paper, 'An account of wool spun of an extraordinary fineness' by William Arderon16 May 1754
L&P/2/312Paper, 'Rainfall in Norwich in 1750 & in 1751' by William Arderon4 June 1752
L&P/2/552Paper, 'An easy method of grinding and polishing pebbles' by William Arderon1754
L&P/3/301Paper, 'Meteorological observations at Norwich, July 1757' by William Arderon13 March 1758
L&P/2/358Paper, 'Rainfall at Norwich and Dalket in 1752' by William Arderon1753
L&P/3/361Letter, 'Of the thunderstorm at Norwich on 13 July 1758' from William Arderon to Henry Baker3 August 1758
L&P/3/326Letter, 'Experiments on a piece of iron 88 years on the spire of Norwich Cathedral in a vertical position not magnetic; of a sub-lingual concretion; of a solar halo and mock Sun' from William Arderon to Henry Baker25 March 1758
L&P/3/109Letter, 'Of the agitation of waters at Yarmouth on Nov 1' from Thomas Barber to William Arderon1 November 1755
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