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Authorised form of nameTollet; George (c 1684 - 1714)
SurnameTollet
ForenamesGeorge
Datesc 1684 - 1714
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Dublin, Ireland (c 1684)
Death:
30 November 1714
Burial:
Westminster Abbey
ActivityProfession:
Schoolmaster
Education:
Westminster School; Trinity College, Cambridge; BA (1706), MA (1709)
Career:
Fellow of Trinity (1708); ordained deacon (1708); Second Master of Westminster School (1711-1714)
[Musgrave describes him as 'Extra Commissioner of the Navy' and gives date of election but no date of death]
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
11/06/1713
Proposers:
Sir Isaac Newton
RelationshipsSon of Thomas Tollet of London
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; Venn
References:
K Theodore Hoppen, 'The Royal Society and Ireland. II' in NR 1965 vol 20 pp 78-99
Royal Society codeNA517
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EL/T/46George Tollet to Charles Willoughby4 July 1685
EL/T/45George Tollet, dated at London, to John Collins19 August 1675
EL/T/48George Tollet, dated at Dublin, to William Molyneux17 July 1686
EL/T/49George Tollet, dated at Dublin, to William Molyneux21 September 1686
EL/T/47Copy of a letter from George Tollet, dated at Dublin, to William Molyneux1686
MS/390/153Bond of George Tollet to the Treasurer of the Royal Society25 June 1713
CLP/6/38Paper, calculations for determining the weight of a bullet by Geo [George] Tollet15 July 1685
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